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(KSL News) -- The trial of a former church teacher accused of sexually abusing children has been moved to Farmington to accommodate a large number of people expected to attend.
The trial for Aaron Montoya is scheduled to start April 25th. Montoya is a former Salt Lake County correctional security officer and Primary teacher for his LDS ward in Syracuse.
He's charged with ten counts of aggravated child sexual abuse after Syracuse police received reports he allegedly molested at least four girls, ages five and six.