ABILENE, Texas - The trial of a former city of Abilene interpreter accused of committing several sexual assaults has been postponed.
Aloys Nzeyimana was arrested in December 2010 for indecency with a child, sexual assault and burglary of a habitation.
Nzeyimana was working as a translator for the city of Abilene when he was arrested.
The state has had problems finding a translator for Nzeyimana's alleged victims who are mostly African refugees.
No new trial date has been set.
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