Man Indicted For Sexual Abuse

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Updated: 9/30/2013 5:38 pm
The Attorney General’s Office says 67-year-old Robert Morris was charged with three counts of sexual abuse in the first degree involving a child victim under the age of 12.
He could serve up to 10-years for each charge. And the other three counts against Morris involve a child under the age of 16. This means he could carry a penalty of one to five years in prison for each offense. Morris is being held in the Three Forks Regional Jail in Beattyville. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Breathitt Circuit Court on October 11, 2013.

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