A Montana man who’s been living with an Arizona teen, Alicia Navarro who disappeared in her home four years ago, has pleaded not guilty to child sexual abuse charges against him.
Montana Man Pleads Not Guilty To Child Sexual Abuse Charges Against Him
SOURCE– Edmund Davis, a 36-year-old Montana man, pleaded not guilty to child sexual abuse charges against him in connection with him living with a teenager who had been missing for four years already. The child sexual abuse charges were lodged against the Montana man after authorities found images of children engaged in sexual conduct on his cellphone.
The Montana man, Edmund Davis, has been held on bail on two felony counts of sexual abuse of children. Casey Moore, the public defender of the Montana man said that he would file a motion for bail reduction hearing after speaking to the father of the Montana man and the prosecutor, Dan Guzynski.
So far, there’s no further hearing scheduled for the Montana man as of this moment.
Neighbors Of The Montana Man Said That The Missing Arizona Teenager Has Been Living With Him For At Least A Year
According to Fox News, Jessica Navarro, the mother of the missing Alice Navarro, said that her daughter was diagnosed with autism. The mother said that her daughter might have been lured by someone she met online. Alice Navarro only took her cellphone and laptop with her when she disappeared in 2019.
According to the neighbors of the Montana man, Edmund Davis, he had been living with the said missing teenager for at least a year. After her reappearance was made public in July, Alice Navarro said that she wanted to be left alone. Davis and Navarro moved out of their apartment after the news reported their location, the neighbors added.