The Morning Brew: Perry moms speak out about molestation case
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Perry moms speak out about molestation case
Parents worst nightmares have come true in the small town of Perry, Okla.
It's in the town of about 5,000, about 60 miles north of Oklahoma City, that a former volunteer teacher's aide has confessed to molesting several young girls at school.
Perhaps even more disturbing to the mothers of six girls who say Cowen fondled them was learning that a principal and a teacher are facing charges, accused of failing to report the alleged crimes.
A math teacher is even accused of publicly berating one of the children for passing a note to her friend that said she'd been inappropriately touched.
Check back with NewsOK.com for updates in the case.
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