was an LDS church member in Arizona City, Pinal County, Arizona; found guilty of sexually abusing an 8 year old foster child

Case Summary

Daniel Galloway was an LDS church member found guilty of sexually abusing an 8 year old foster child in his care. He was found guilty of :

ATTEMPTED-Molestation of Child 12/28/2018 GUILTY
ATTEMPTED-Molestation of Child 12/28/2018 GUILTY

Case Number: S-1100-CR-201800513 search for case minutes
Title: STATE OF AZ VS GALLOWAY Category: CRIMINAL
Court: Pinal County Superior Filing Date: 2/28/2018
Judge: Disposition Date: 12/28/2018
DANIEL ADAM GALLOWAY DEFENDANT – D1 Date of Birth: 02/1973
Citation Count Description Disp. Date Disposition
1 ATTEMPTED-Molestation of Child 12/28/2018 GUILTY
2 ATTEMPTED-Molestation of Child 12/28/2018 GUILTY

Sources
  1. Az City man gets 10 years for molesting girl
    view source details | 7 Feb 2020 | Arizona City Independent
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  • Az City man gets 10 years for molesting girl
    Source type: News article
    Publisher: Arizona City Independent
    Date published/accessed: 7 Feb 2020
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    FLORENCE — A 45-year-old man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for molesting an 8-year-old girl in Arizona City.

    Daniel Galloway was indicted last year on two counts of sexual conduct with a minor, a Class 2 felony. In November, the defendant pleaded guilty to the lesser offense of attempt to commit child molestation.

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