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Priest, Catholic School Teacher Guilty On All But One Count In Abuse Case

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(L-R) Rev. Charles Engelhardt and teacher Bernard Shero were convicted on all but one count Wednesday. (L-R) Rev. Charles Engelhardt and teacher Bernard Shero were convicted on all but one count Wednesday.
PHILADELPHIA -

The priest and a Catholic school teacher accused of sexually assaulting a Northeast Philadelphia boy were found guilty on all but one count.

FOX 29's Chris O'Connell reports bail was revoked and both men were led off to jail.

The charges were made against Rev. Charles Engelhardt and teacher Bernard Shero. Earlier the city jury said it had resolved most counts against the two but wanted to try to avoid a deadlock on one remaining count.

The charges stem from the complaint of a 24-year-old who claimed he was sexually assaulted as a boy by both defendants.

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