PROVO — A former BYU student accused of molesting two of his roommates was ordered Monday to stand trial on the charges against him.
Antonio Rubalcaba Lacy, 18, of Monterey, Calif., was bound over for trial on six counts of forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony, by 4th District Judge James Taylor. A three-day trial has been set to begin June 25.
Lacy is accused of touching two of his roommates at least three times each, according to court documents. The first incidents took place in October of 2011, while the second allegedly occurred in January 2012. In each instance, he is accused of molesting his roommates as they slept, the charges state.
The man eventually met with his LDS bishop and issued both a verbal and handwritten confession stating that he engaged in these acts for "sexual stimulation," court documents state. The man has since been kicked out of the school.