Trial date set for teacher accused of possessing child porn

KAMLOOPS - A teacher accused of possessing child pornography will face his Kamloops Supreme Court trial in March.

In November, Jerry Waselenkoff, 66, and his lawyer Glen Orris were present for a preliminary inquiry. A pre-trial conference is scheduled for the week of February 9. 

The trial, expected to take four days long, will begin the week of March 16.

Waselenkoff, now retired, was a special education teacher in Kamloops. 

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