Man Accused Of Sexual Abuse Involving Four Children

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Updated: 6/11/2012 5:50 pm
A Harrison County man has been arrested and is accused of sexual abuse involving children.

Kentucky state police say officers spoke with four children at a home at 255 Kentucky 1744 before arresting Donald W. Silcox, 55, of Berry.

Silcox faces one count of first degree sexual abuse, three counts of first degree sodomy where the victim was under 12, and four counts unlawful transaction with a minor performing an illegal sex act to someone under the age of 12.

Police talked with four children at the home who range in age from five to nine.
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