Child molesting trial delayed until Oct. 1By ALEX MCRAE
The Coweta Superior Court criminal case against Sol Jason Moon, who is accused of aggravated child molestation in connection with an unlicensed day-care center at his Coweta home, has been continued until Oct. 1.
The continuation was granted by Senior Judge William H. Ison after Moon’s attorney said he was not ready and needed more time to prepare for trial, according to Coweta Assistant District Attorney Kevin McMurry.
Moon, 54, of 65 General Longstreet Line, located off Baker Road in eastern Coweta County, was originally arrested May 27, 2011, after parents of a child who claimed he had been sexually abused by Moon contacted the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities say that Moon and his wife, Judy, had been operating an unlicensed day-care business from their home.