Originally published Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 03:56p.m.

CAMP VERDE -— A former Prescott pastor who stood trial less than month ago on multiple charges of child molestation and abuse faces nine new charges as of Tuesday.

Thomas Chantry, 47, surrendered himself to the Yavapai County Superior Court this week and is being held in the County Jail on a $1 million bond.

Although County Attorney Susan Eazer requested Chantry be held without bond, Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Tina Ainely ordered he be held on a $1 million bond on the new charges Sept. 11.

Charges include four counts of aggravated assault, four counts of child molestation and one count of child abuse. All of these charges occurred between 1998 and 2000, according to the indictment issued by a Yavapai County grand jury Sept. 11.

According to the indictment, Chantry is accused of hitting a child with a boat oar on multiple occasions.

The motion to hold describes instances where Chantry did “unspeakable acts of sadistic physical abuse, which were always followed by acts of molestation.”

Incidents of molestation include, stroking, rubbing and fondling of the victim, according to the Sept. 11 motion signed by Eazer.

Last month, a jury found Chantry guilty on two aggravated assault charges after two days of deliberations. He was found not guilty on one molestation and one aggravated assault charge. The jury was still at a 9-3 impasse on four of the molestation charges at the time of the verdict. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Bradley Astrowsky declared a mistrial on those four charges.

The verdict concluded a five-week trial of the former pastor. Accusations by alleged victims included incidents where Chantry disciplined children of the families in his congregation at Miller Valley Baptist Church so severely he left bruises and marks. Some of the abuse later turned into molestation, according to witness testimony.

Chantry’s arraignment is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 17, 9 a.m., at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde. Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff will preside.