Nicholasville Man Sentenced To 90-Days In Jail For Indecent Exposure

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 8/07/2013 7:14 pm
A convicted sex offender was sentenced Tuesday to 90-days in jail and fined $259 for walking around his yard naked, according to Jessamine District Court documents.

Leonard Ray Mills, 57, of Nicholasville, was charged with indecent exposure and arrested in July, according to Nicholasville Police.

According to court documents, Mills was convicted of indecent exposure in 2009 at the same location as the July 2013 incident.

In 1994, Mills was convicted of sodomy involving an 8-year old child.  He served 11-years of his sentence, according to the KSP sex-offender registry.

ABC 36 News reported after Mills' most recent arrest that concerned people in his neighborhood were going door-to-door to alert neighbors to the arrest and about Mills' criminal past. 

More than one neighbor told ABC 36 News they wanted Mills to move out of the neighborhood and were concerned about the safety of their children. 
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