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Hoyt man found guilty on child sex charges
05/18/2018

(KNZA)--A Jackson County jury has found a Hoyt man guilty on a pair of child sex charges.

Jackson County Attorney Shawna Miller tells MSC News the jury deliberated less than two hours Tuesday before finding 28-year-old Theodore Purdy guilty of rape and aggravated indecent liberties with a child.

Miller says the trial, which had been scheduled for 3 days, ended up lasting just one day.

Purdy was charged in connection with offenses involving a three-year-old girl occurring in September and October of 2016.

Miller says Purdy was remanded to the custody of the Jackson County Jail pending sentencing, which was set for June 15th.

 

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