Angela Montgomery is now offically indicted for child abuse and resides in Gresham Oregon, is a pioneer and member of the same Kingdom Hall of the recently murdered woman, Heischel. You can read the original information at this link,
Angela Montgomery is # 101 on docket
Mother faces decade-old rape charges
MURFREESBORO — A mother accused of raping her two children multiple times when she lived here more than 10 years ago was indicted by a grand jury this week on 38 sexually-based offenses.
Indictments issued against Angela Elizabeth Montgomery, now of Portland, Ore., show police have identified two new victims in the case, and that investigators have evidence Montgomery tried to coerce two witnesses during the Murfreesboro Police Department’s investigation into her alleged criminal activities.
Montgomery, who is now 50, was indicted this week on 20 counts of child rape, six counts of rape and 12 counts of incest. She also faces two counts of coercing a witness to a crime, according to court documents.
She was initially charged with two counts of child rape by Murfreesboro Police Detective Wayne Lawson in late August, after her two children gave the detective “detailed statements” about rapes and sexual assaults they suffered at the hands of their mother when they lived in Murfreesboro more a decade ago.
New charges returned by the grand jury indicate Montgomery may have committed more sexual crimes against at least two other children as recently as 2009. Three of the victims in the case have the same last name, court documents show.
Lawson launched his investigation in mid-January of this year after two of Montgomery’s children, now a 21-year-old man and 15-year-old girl, approached him with information on her actions.
Montgomery turned herself into the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center Aug. 21, after Lawson obtained warrants for her arrest on two counts of child rape.
She was freed from the jail on $10,000 bond shortly after she was booked.
Police said at that time they were suspecting more charges and more victims to come forward in the case.
MPD spokesman Kyle Evans, when contacted about the possibility of even more victims on Friday, said the department doesn’t typically discuss ongoing criminal prosecutions once the adjudication process has begun.
An attempt to reach Montgomery for comment Friday afternoon was unsuccessful.
She is scheduled to appear in Rutherford County Circuit Court Dec. 17 for an arraignment.
— Mark Bell, 615-278-5153