Sodomy Case Involving Former Teacher’s Aide May Be Dropped
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Madison County prosecutors are no longer pursuing a sodomy case involving a former teacher’s aide.
Michael Horton was charged with sodomy in 2009. Madison Police say Horton sexually abused a child in 2008.
Horton was a former teacher’s aide at Providence Elementary School.
Huntsville City Schools Spokesman Keith Ward said at the time of his arrest that the alleged incident did not take place on school property or during school hours.
Prosecutors filed a motion to drop the case because the victim refused to cooperate with the prosecution.
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