ARBCA Pastor Al Huber Posts $250,000 Cash Bond to Free Convicted Felon Tom Chantry From Jail

By | March 31, 2019

ARBCA Pastor Al Huber has posted  $250,000 to spring his son-in-law, Tom Chantry from jail.  Convicted felon Tom Chantry has been incarcerated since September 10, 2018 in the Yavapai County jail as he awaits two trials. The first trial is scheduled to begin April 23, 2019 and is a retrial on 4 counts of molestation of a child. You can read more about these charges here.

Chantry faces a new trial in which he has been indicted on nine counts of child abuse, sexual molestation of a minor, and assault. I do not believe a date has yet been set for this trial. You can read more about these new charges here.

I attended the entire trial of Thomas Chantry. I witnessed first-hand the anguish of the victims, the anger of their parents and the heartache of all who were affected by the heinous actions of Chantry. It is hard for me to believe that anyone who sat through the trial can believe that Chantry is innocent of the charges. Yet, apparently, ARBCA pastor Al Huber still believes convicted felon Thomas Chantry is an innocent man!  He is entitled to his beliefs, but one must wonder how anyone continues to attend a church pastored by such a man!

I am praying justice is done in this case. I am hoping Chantry’s own words – “I have done something I can’t recover from” are prophetic.  If  they are, Chantry is now enjoying his last month of freedom.


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