Shawn St. Hilaire | Seacoast Online
By Donna Buttarazzi, Seacoast Online
July 25, 2018 8:17 am

In the second day of testimony in the trial of a former K ennebunk High School teacher charged with sexual assault of a student, the jury heard from a forensic expert who testified that there were more than 80 telephone calls and nearly 100 text messages over a six month period between her cellphone number and that student.

Detective Fred Williams from the Saco Police Department is a cyber forensic and cyber security expert. Williams testified that on June 12, 2017, Kennebunk police Detective Steve Borst, the lead investigator on the case, gave him the cellphone that belonged to the student. Prosecutors entered several pages of text messages into evidence taken from the student’s cellphone and allegedly sent from former KHS health teacher Jill Lamontagne’s cellphone.

Lamontagne is facing six Class C felony counts of gross sexual assault of an individual whom she had “instructional, supervisory, or disciplinary authority over,” two Class D misdemeanor counts of unlawful sexual contact, and six Class D

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