was a Mormon young men's president and attorney in Sacramento, California; sentenced in 2006 to six months in prison for sexually abusing a boy; contrary to a news article report, did not register as a sex offender

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Woodbury originally faced 30 felony counts of lewd acts with a minor, but because of the legality of using taped phone calls as evidence, the counts were reduced.

Woodbury met the boy when he served as the young men’s president in the Rosemont Ward.

As of April 23, 2005, Woodbury was attending the La Riviera ward, according to an LDS church spokesman.

Woodbury was never married.

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