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Sabetha man waives prelim hearing in child sex case

Eric Carlson/Credit: Nemaha Co Sheriff's Office

(KMZA)--A Sabetha man accused of child sex-related crimes has waived his preliminary hearing.

27-year-old Eric Carlson was bound over to Nemaha County District Court Tuesday on charges of aggravated indecent liberties with a child and two counts of sexual exploitation of a child.

An arraignment date hasn’t been set yet.

Carlson was arrested May 3rd following an investigation by federal, state and local authorities.

He’s accused of sex offenses occurring last year in Nemaha County involving two children under the age of 14

Carlson remains in the Nemaha County Jail, held on a one-million dollar bond.      


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