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The former Bossier teacher is now facing 30 new charges as two more victims have come forward.

You may remember hearing about former Benton Elementary teacher Aubrey Norcross. He has been behind bars after he was charged with one count each of first-degree rape and video voyeurism, two counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile and eights counts of molestation of a juvenile. This week, two new alleged victims have stepped forward and Norcross will now have 30 new charges to face on his day in court.

He is now charged with two counts of first-degree rape (victim under 13 years of age), one count each of molestation of a juvenile and indecent behavior with a juvenile, 10 counts of video voyeurism and 15 counts of pornography involving juveniles.

 According to authorities, all but one incident allegedly occurred on campus at Benton Elementary. The other allegedly took place at Norcross's home.
Assistant District Attorney Hugo Holland gave detail this week in regards to the new charges, stating that they include two boys. One of them was just 10 years old when allegedly molested. Holland also stated that the molestation continued until said boy reached puberty.
Prior to the new charges, Norcross's day in court was set for August 17th. That will be pushed back to an undetermined date at this time. According to KTBS, however, Norcross will be in court for a "status conference" in September.