Former Country Day School teacher in Huntsville convicted of sod - ABC 33/40 - Birmingham News, Weather, Sports

Former Country Day School teacher in Huntsville convicted of sodomy

Posted: Updated:
A Madison County jury on Friday found Brett Naff, a former teacher at Country Day School in Huntsville, guilty of two counts of sodomy involving a former student. A Madison County jury on Friday found Brett Naff, a former teacher at Country Day School in Huntsville, guilty of two counts of sodomy involving a former student.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - A former teacher at a Huntsville private school has been found guilty of two counts of sodomy involving a former student.

WHNT-TV reports (http://bit.ly/UBRnh8 ) that a Madison County jury on Friday found Brett Naff guilty of the charges after about three hours of deliberations.

Naff used to teach at the Country Day School in Huntsville. A former student had accused him of sexually abusing her between 2004 and 2006. She reported it to police in 2012.

Naff is set to be sentenced on July 25.

The Country Day School said in a statement that it respects the jury's decision and had no further comment.

  • Anniston - Gadsden Area NewsMore>>

  • Gadsden reelects Mayor Guyton, approves Sunday alcohol sales

    Gadsden reelects Mayor Guyton, approves Sunday alcohol sales

    Gadsden reelects Mayor Guyton, approves Sunday alcohol sales

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 8:55 AM EDT2014-08-27 12:55:56 GMT
    Gadsden's Mayor Sherman Guyton wins reelection with 56% of the votes. The city also voted in favor of Sunday alcohol sales with over a 2-1 ratio; 68% to 32%.More >>
    Gadsden's Mayor Sherman Guyton wins reelection with 56% of the votes. The city also voted in favor of Sunday alcohol sales with over a 2-1 ratio; 68% to 32%.More >>
  • Anniston police and fire departments downsized by proposed budget cuts

    Anniston police and fire departments downsized by proposed budget cuts

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 8:01 PM EDT2014-08-27 00:01:02 GMT
    The Anniston city manager's proposed budget for 2015 cuts more than $1.5-million in spending compared to this year. The police and fire chiefs are concerned about the cuts to public safety.More >>
    The Anniston city manager's proposed budget for 2015 cuts more than $1.5-million in spending compared to this year. The police and fire chiefs are concerned about the cuts to public safety.
    More >>
  • Third anniversary of murder of Anniston police officer

    Third anniversary of murder of Anniston police officer

    Monday, August 25 2014 8:44 PM EDT2014-08-26 00:44:45 GMT
    The family of Justin Sollohub took him off of life support three years ago Monday. "He lived from the 24th to the 25th for the organ donation," Jeniffer Morris said about her son. "Organ donation needs to be important to everybody. We never know, when there's somebody in our [family], when it hits home, that somebody needs an organ. It is important to us but it needs to be important to everybody."More >>
    The family of Justin Sollohub took him off of life support three years ago Monday. "He lived from the 24th to the 25th for the organ donation," Jeniffer Morris said about her son. "Organ donation needs to be important to everybody. We never know, when there's somebody in our [family], when it hits home, that somebody needs an organ. It is important to us but it needs to be important to everybody."More >>
Most Popular
Stories
Videos
loading...