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A Shelby County, Alabama man is behind bars on child sex abuse charges.
The warrant says that the incidents happened between November 2011 and November 2014. On the sodomy charge, records state that Rose engaged in deviate sexual intercourse with a child under the age of 12.
On the sexual abuse charge, the warrant says he subjected the victim to sexual contact by forcible compulsion. Additional details weren't immediately available.
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office investigated the case. Rose remained in the jail Monday with bonds totaling $75,000.
WASHINGTON — A veteran Montgomery County, Maryland teacher has been convicted of nine counts of sexual abuse.
McCarthy says that during the February 2016 class — in which children are taught how to identify sexual abuse — teachers noted the physical reaction of one student.
“The person teaching the body safety class watched the girl begin to shrink down, and put her head on the desk,” McCarthy said, adding the instructors talked to the student. “They found out and confirmed their own suspicions that she had been inappropriately touched.”
The investigation led police to ask any potential victims to come forward.
There were five victims named in the 15-count indictment identifying Vigna. One of the victims who came forward is now in her 20s and she told prosecutors she was inappropriately touched by Vigna as far back as 2001.
McCarthy says the veteran teacher was found guilty on nine counts involving four victims.
In one case, a third-grader reported that Vigna would put her on his lap, with his hands on her hips and move her back and forth. When she tried to get off his lap, he would resist.
The verdict came early Saturday morning.
McCarthy says that’s unusual, but the deliberations began late Friday afternoon, and that the jury in the case indicated that they wanted to continue to work into Friday night.
Vigna faces a maximum sentence of 150 years, but McCarthy says the Maryland sentencing guidelines call for between 20 and 40 years in prison.
McCarthy says in working on child abuse cases, “Most of the kids will tell you, they always thought what was happening was weird, but they didn’t know it was wrong.”