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Farmington Substitute Teacher Enters Plea in Criminal Sexual Conduct Case

Andrew Montgomery Howell pleads no contest to an assault charge and will be sentenced in November.

Andrew Montgomery Howell pleaded no contest to an assault charge on Sept. 25. Photo credit: Farmington Hills Police Department
Andrew Montgomery Howell pleaded no contest to an assault charge on Sept. 25. Photo credit: Farmington Hills Police Department
A Farmington Public Schools substitute teacher accused of criminal sexual conduct has entered a plea of "no contest" to an assault charge, according to a story in The Oakland Press

Andrew Montgomery Howell, 58, was arrested by Farmington Hills Police on March 27, after an incident during school hours at Hillside Elementary School. Farmington Public Schools Superintendent Sue Zurvalec said in March that district officials were notified on March 19 of a "complaint alleging inappropriate conduct". He was immediately blocked from substituting in the district.

According to Oakland County Circuit Court records posted at oakgov.com, the charge of criminal sexual conduct was dismissed when Howell entered his plea on Sept. 25.

He faces sentencing on Nov. 1. 

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