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Seneca Man Waives Hearing in Child Sex Case
11/20/2013

(KMZA)--A Seneca man facing child sex charges has waived his preliminary hearing. 
David Hobb II was bound over to Nemaha County District Court Tuesday on one count each of rape and indecent liberties with a child. Arraignment is scheduled for December 5th.
Hobbs is accused of sexually assaulting a Seneca female under the age of 14.
He was arrested in late May following an investigation by the Seneca Police Department.
Hobbs was on probation at the time of his arrest in a separate child sex case.
He was given a suspended prison sentence in March and placed on 24 months probation on an amended charge of indecent solicitation of a child stemming from a Sabetha case dating back to last year.
Hobbs remains in the Nemaha County Jail on $500,000 bond.

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