Former teacher’s criminal sexual conduct case will go to trial

The case of a former Centreville High School teacher charged with criminal sexual conduct has been bound over to circuit court for trial.
St. Joseph County District Court Judge Jeff Middleton last week took the action after hearing testimony from two former students of Terry Miller.
Prosecutor John McDonough is charging Miller with 107 counts of misconduct for allegedly touching the buttocks and inner thighs of three female students. Two of the students testified that hugs from Miller turned into hand brushes against their buttocks, dating to 2012 when the students were eighth-graders.
All three of the alleged victims are close friends, according to testimony. One of them subsequently transferred to another school district.
Miller remains free on $75,000 bond and no date was set for trial.

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