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CrimeAfter striking down first deal, judge sentences LMPD officer in Explorer case

19:15  28 may  2019
19:15  28 may  2019 Source:   wlky.com

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After striking down first deal, judge sentences LMPD officer in Explorer case© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Brandon Wood

Shortly after rejecting one deal, a federal judge has accepted a new deal in a sex abuse case involving a former Louisville Metro officer.

Brandon Wood is one of two officers charged accused of sexually abusing minors while participating in LMPD's Youth Explorer Program.

Wood pleaded guilty to enticement earlier this year in exchange for five years behind bars. A federal a judge struck down his deal without explanation. A new deal was then presented and Wood was sentenced to 70 months in prison.

A week ago, a federal judge rejected a plea deal for the other officer accused in the scandal, Kenneth Betts. The judge said he found the deal too lenient.

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LMPD Police Chief Steve Conrad said second division Detective Deidre Mengedoht, 32, had her emergency lights on Burdette was arrested and charged with murder of a police officer and DUI in connection with the crash. Judge rejects plea deal for former LMPD officer in Explorer sex scandal.

LMPD Officer Schuhmann won't face state charges in Explorer scandal. Since then several officers have been implicated in civil lawsuits, and two, Kenneth Betts and Brandon Wood, are facing From 2018: Louisville police erred in Explorer sex abuse scandal case . Cooke said his office hasn't been

Both officers have also been charged in state court.

WLKY will have more on this story later Tuesday.

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