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20:00  08 july  2019
20:00  08 july  2019 Source:   courier-journal.com

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LOUISVILLE , Ky. (AP) - A former Kentucky police officer has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing teenagers and asking them for sexual photos. The Courier Journal reports 34-year-old Kenneth Betts pleaded guilty Thursday.

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A former Louisville police officer pleaded guilty Monday to sexually abusing two minors he met through the Explorer program.

Kenneth Betts was charged with first- and third-degree sodomy – one of which carried a maximum penalty of 20 years – for incidents between April and September 2007 as in July 2012, according to his indictment.

In Jefferson Circuit Court on Monday, he entered a plea agreement to two third-degree sodomy charges for a total sentence of five years.

Betts will serve the state court sentence at the same time as his newly imposed federal term.

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A former Louisville Metro Police officer already federally convicted of sex crimes in the department's youth mentoring Explorer program is scheduled to plead In state court, Wood was indicted on seven counts of sexual abuse with one alleged victim, a juvenile, stemming from incidents in 2011 and 2012.

A former Woodburn police officer is scheduled to be sentenced in May after he admitted to having sex with an underage girl and soliciting sexual contact from the child online. Daniel Kerbs, 29, of Salem pleaded guilty March 20 to second-degree sexual abuse and first-degree online sexual corruption

Last week, a federal judge sentenced Betts to 16 years in prison on seven enticement, attempted enticement and child pornography charges.

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Betts admitted he exploited four minors he met through his involvement in the department's Explorer program, which was for youth interested in law enforcement careers.

Betts resigned from LMPD in 2014 after an investigation into possible "improper contact" between him and a teenage girl in the program.

Police Chief Steve Conrad closed the internal affairs inquiry after Betts resigned.

This story will be updated.

Reporter Matthew Glowicki can be reached at 502-582-4989 or [email protected] Support strong local journalism by subscribing today: courier-journal.com/mattg.

This article originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: Louisville former police officer pleads guilty to sexual abuse of minors

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