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Ferguson man facing multiple counts of child sexual abuse charges
Commonwealth Journal - 2/11/2019
Feb. 09--A Ferguson man facing multiple counts involving a case of alleged child sexual abuse has had his probation revoked for a prior conviction.
Pascal Jed Moore, 34, was sentenced to three years in prison Thursday by Pulaski Circuit Judge Jeffrey Burdette after the judge found him in violation of probation conditions he received in connection to a prior conviction involving child support payments.
Moore was arrested by Kentucky State Police on January 24 in a case that apparently dates back to June 2010 and includes charges of first-degree Sodomy (victim under 12, four counts); first-degree Sexual Abuse (victim under 12, three counts); and first-degree Criminal Abuse (child 12 or under, three counts).
That case is expected to be presented to the Pulaski County Grand Jury, possibly as soon as next month.
In the meantime, however, Commonwealth's Attorney Eddy Montgomery's office filed a motion to revoke Moore's probation based on a January 28 affidavit from Kentucky Probation and Parole.
Moore had pleaded guilty to Flagrant Nonsupport in March 2016 and received a three-year suspended sentence.
At press time, Moore remains lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center in lieu of a $150,000 cash bond.
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