Trial Set for LDS Primary Teacher

Trial Set for LDS Primary Teacher

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FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) -- The trial has been set for the L-D-S Primary teacher accused of fondling young girls.

33-year-old Aaron Marcos Montoya of Syracuse will begin his trial on April 25th.

He has pleaded innocent to ten counts of aggravated child sex abuse. Montoya was arrested in December after police received reports he fondled young girls in his home or while serving as a Primary teacher for the L-D-S church.

Police said more victims came forth after his arrest. The new alleged victims were children who played at his home or went on vacation with his family.

Montoya is on administrative leave from his job as a bailiff for the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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