Child Molester Sentenced to 96 Years in Prison
It will be ninety six years in prison for convicted child molester Kyle Sheets.
Kenton County Circuit Judge Martin Sheehan followed a jury's recommendation and sentenced Sheets to ninety years in prison for two counts of first degree sodomy and first degree sexual abuse of a child under the age of twelve. Sheehan ran the sentence consecutively to six years recommended by another jury that convicted Sheets of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.
Assistant Commonwealth's Attorneys Kate Bumgarner and Corey Plybon prosecuted the case that was investigated by Elsmere Police Detetective Dennis McCarthy.
Sheets's conviction and recommended sentence was covered by The River City News in October and the full story of the investigation was explained by Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders. You can read that report by clicking here.