The Boone County Sheriff’s office has arrested Jonathan Anderson, of Union, with several counts related to sexual abuse of a minor.
Anderson, 47, was arrested Thursday, following an interview with the alleged victims at the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center.
The Boone County Sheriff’s office has issued the following release regarding the investigation:
On Thursday, February 4, 2021, Boone County Sheriff’s Office Detectives Arrested A Union Man And Charged Him With Multiple Counts Related To Sexual Offenses.
On Wednesday afternoon, detectives received a report of sexual abuse and quickly scheduled an interview with the victims at the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center.
The victims disclosed that the abuse had occurred on different occasions over the course of many years.
Detectives located Jonathan Anderson, 47, Union and he corroborated the disclosures provided by the victims and spoke about other sexual acts that he had committed. Ultimately, he confessed to multiple counts of rape, sodomy and sexual abuse.
Detectives obtained a Warrant of Arrest for Jonathan Anderson and charged him with two (2) counts of Sodomy, 1st Degree – Victim under 12 Years of Age – Class A Felony, one (1) count of Rape, 1st Degree – Victim under 12 Years of Age – Class A Felony and four (4) counts of Sexual Abuse, 1st Degree, Victim under 12 Years of Age – Class C Felony. He is currently lodged at the Boone County Detention Center and is being held on a $250,000 cash bond.
*Charges in a criminal complaint are accusations only. It is the government’s burden to prove the allegations beyond a reasonable doubt.
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