Kenton County Man Pleads Guilty In Federal Sex Case

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/21/2012 12:34 am
Federal prosecutors said a Kenton County man admitted in court that he tried to meet a 15-year old girl to have sex with her.

Brian T. Henderson II, 35, pleaded guilty on Thursday to attempted enticement of a child.

According to his plea agreement, in July of 2011, Henderson chatted online with an undercover officer whom he thought was a 15-year old girl.

Prosecutors said in those online chats, Henderson talked about having sexual intercourse in front of minors and inappropriately touching a minor. 

Prosecutors said Henderson also explained in graphic detail the sexual acts he wanted to perform on the 15-year old girl.

Prosecutors said on July 11, 2011, in an online conversation, Henderson identified a location in Kenton County where he wanted to meet the young girl to engage in sexual activity.  Once Henderson arrived at that location, he was arrested.

Henderson is scheduled to be sentenced November 8, 2012.

He faces a minimum of 10-years in prison.
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