Charges against Sedgwick County detention deputy involve six victims
06/27/2012 5:00 AM
08/05/2014 8:03 PM
The criminal charges filed against a Sedgwick County detention deputy now involve six victims and incidents that span more than a two-month period, court records show.
David E. Kendall, 21, faces 12 charges — 11 of them alleged sex crimes involving six victims. The crimes alleged reportedly occurred between April 1 and June 3.
Kendall, who made his first court appearance Tuesday, began working at the Sedgwick County Jail in October of 2008. He is on unpaid suspension pending the outcome of the criminal case.
His bond has been set at $500,000, records show. His preliminary hearing was set for July 10.
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