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Child sex suspect waives prelim hearing
05/15/2019

Brandon Ogden/Credit: Nemaha Co Sheriff's Office

(KMZA)---A Seneca man, accused of rape and other child-related sex crimes, waived his preliminary hearing Monday.

The Nemaha County Attorney’s Office said 21-year-old Brandon Ogden was bound over to Nemaha County District Court for arraignment on June 27.

Ogden faces charge of rape, aggravated indecent liberties with a child and aggravated sodomy.

The criminal complaint alleges that on August 26 of last year, Ogden engaged in sexual intercourse, lewd fondling or touching and sodomy with a child under 14.

He was arrested the same day following a joint investigation by the Seneca Police Department and Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office.

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

 

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