A former Maryland school aide and track coach accused of sexually assaulting several male students while he was HIV positive has been handed a 119-count indictment that could see him sentenced to more than 1,500 years in prison if convicted. Authorities have accused 30-year-old Carlos Deangelo Bell of sexually assaulting at least 24 victims without...
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