Judge allows sex abuse suspect to go to Michigan, must return by Saturday Web Staff
July 17, 2017 05:18 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A former APS teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student is allowed to return to Michigan before he stands trial.


A judge had allowed the defendant Kenneth Jehle to move to Michigan to take care of his sick parent earlier this year, but then Jehle took an unauthorized trip to Thailand.

On Monday, Judge Cindy Leos ruled Jehle could return to Michigan to get his affairs in order but he has to be back in New Mexico this coming Saturday. Jehle's trial will start Aug. 14.

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