A former Prescott pastor, who was found guilty on to aggravated assault charges but not on child molestation charges last year, was convicted of those charges Wednesday in a Camp Verde courtroom. Forty-seven year old Thomas Chantry was tried last summer on four molestation charges, but a mistrial was declared. He was re-tried on those charges and a jury found him guilty after nearly 14-hours of deliberation. Chantry was the pastor of Miller Valley Baptist Church more than 20 years ago and was accused by families of severely disciplining their children and in some cases, molestation. He was sentenced to three-years probation on the assault charges. Chantry will be sentenced on July 19th.