OMAHA, Neb. — Prosecutors have dropped charges of child sexual assault against a 46-year-old former Omaha schoolteacher, but will still try him on other counts related to the case.

Daryl Clark was charged last year with three counts of child sexual assault.

But prosecutors dropped those charges Thursday after they were unable to show that the girl had been younger than 16, the age of sexual consent in Nebraska.

Douglas County prosecutors are now charging Clark with child enticement and sexual assault by electronic device, possession of child pornography and visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct.

Clark also has another case pending for improper conduct with a minor.

At the time of his arrest last year, Clark had been a business education teacher at Monroe Middle School and a girls’ softball coach in Papillion and Bellevue.