A 35th District Court jury heard a second day of testimony Wednesday in the trial of Lee Scott Clemons, 34, of Early, who is accused of aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child.

Clemons is accused of having sexual contact with two female child relatives. The girls were 6 and nearly 4 when one of the girls made an outcry in July 2006, testimony showed.

Sheriff’s investigator Lana Guthrie and Texas Ranger Nick Hanna began investigating the case after the 6-year-girl told two adult relatives that Clemons was having sexual contact with them, according to testimony elicited by District Attorney Micheal Murray.

The girl told the adults in a dressing room at Wal-Mart as family members shopped for back-to-school clothes, testimony showed.

She told investigators that she and her younger sister were being molested.

Over defense attorney Keith Woodley’s objections, jurors learned what the older girl told counselor Christy Robinson. The girl told Robinson that Clemons had been touching them sexually, and both girls acted out scenarios in “play therapy” that indicated they were victims of sexual abuse, Robinson testified.