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Ex-teacher who fled after child porn trial pleads guilty to skipping court

Ex-teacher who fled after child porn trial pleads guilty to skipping court
Logan Storm

BEAVERTON, Ore. - A former Beaverton school teacher and fugitive from the law pleaded guilty Wednesday to skipping court.

Logan Storm, 37, was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 30 to be sentenced on a child pornography conviction, but he cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet and disappeared. He was arrested in March when he was found in Mexico.

The failure to appear in court conviction could add five years to the child pornography sentence (he faces at least seven years in prison in that case). Storm will learn his punishment in September.

Storm taught at Stoller Middle School and was convicted of possessing child pornography after investigators found hundreds of images and videos of toddlers and young girls on his computer.