Another teacher busted for using their job as their own sexual playground
They may want to take back the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education from 2006 honoring 37 year old Frank Laine Hall as one of the best teachers. It would appear that Frank Hall was doing just a bit more than reading, writing and arithmetic with his students. Frank Laine Hall, a former first grade teacher at Rosamond Elementary school in Riverton pleaded guilty to sexually abusing 11 students in a plea agreement that dismissed five other counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child. You heard that correct, a first grade teacher.
Frank Laine Hall could get up to 30 years and would have to register as a sex offender. I wonder if Hall would be considered to attractive to serve time in jail if he was say … a woman like Debra Lafave? There is a reason why none of these teacher/student sexual abuse cases should ever be taken lightly.
Hall pleaded guilty to 10 counts of attempted aggravated sex abuse of a child and one count of sex abuse of a child in a plea agreement that dismissed five other counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child, Ybarra said.
The agreement will ensure that he must register as a sex offender for life, Ybarra said.
In court Thursday, Hall admitted he touched the students inappropriately, Ybarra said.
Hall was accused of putting his hand inside the pants of three girls at Rosamond Elementary School in Riverton. Then eight other students came forward with similar accounts, Ybarra said. (Fox News)
Hall admitted touching the genitals and buttocks of children for his own sexual desires and taking “indecent liberties” with one. The crimes occurred at different times between 2004 and 2006.