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Cooper County child molestation suspect released from custody

Bob Bosma
Cooper County Sheriff's Office
Bob Bosma.

BOONVILLE, MO. (KMIZ)

A Boonville man accused of child molestation in Cooper County was released from custody on Monday.

Bob Bosma faces a felony count of first-degree child molestation for allegedly having sexual contact with a child under 14 years old back in July.

Online court records show Bosma was released from the Cooper County Jail with the condition that he has no direct contact or indirect contact with the victim. The records also show Bosma's jury trial has been pushed back until Aug. 5.

Bosma has been in jail since the end of November. Jail records show he was booked and his bond was revoked for violating his bond conditions.

Bosma's attorney and the Cooper County Prosecuting Attorney were not immediately available for a comment on Monday afternoon.

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Matt Ragsdale

Matt Ragsdale is a broadcast and digital producer at ABC 17 News.

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