Monogahela man's child sex abuse case heads to trial
A Monongahela man will head to trial on indecent assault and other charges following a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning in Washington County Central Court.
Ronald Gray, 48, of 517 Hudson St., saw the following charges waived to court: three counts of aggravated indecent assault of a child, and two counts each of statutory sexual assault, indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age, corruption of minors and selling obscene materials.
Gray is accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with two girls under the age of 10.
Both parties agreed to change Gray's bail to 10 percent of the initial $50,000 bond on the condition he makes no contact with the alleged victims or their families.
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