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Judge delays hearing in Perry molestation case
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From left: former volunteer teacher’s aide Arnold Cowen, Perry Upper Elementary School Principal Kenda Miller and math teacher Jeffrey Sullins

PERRY — A Noble County judge will consider a family member’s testimony before deciding whether to recuse himself from a case tied to Perry’s school sexual assault scandal.

Judge Nikki G. Leach reset a hearing for Upper Elementary School Principal Kenda Miller on Thursday because his daughter-in-law was unable to appear in court.

Lucinda Leach, a teacher at the school, underwent surgery Wednesday, the judge said.

“It’s nothing major,” he said.

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