Former Kentucky Judge faces 20 felony charges for Sex Trafficking and Rape of Minors

(WCPO) FRANKFORT,  Ky. — A former Campbell County District Judge now faces 20 felony charges and two misdemeanors involving sex trafficking of minors between 2010 and 2017, according to a news release from Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear.

Tim Nolan, 70, was charged Thursday with two felony counts each of human trafficking with a person under age 18 and human trafficking with an adult. The attorney general also filed a charge of unlawful transaction with a minor.

The total number of known victims in these crimes is now 17, Beshear wrote.

Nolan was previously indicted May 4 and charged with ten crimes related to sex trafficking and abuse:

Five counts of human trafficking with adults
One count of human trafficking with a person under age 18
One count of First-degree rape
One count of unlawful transaction with a minor
One count of tampering with a witness
One count of prostitution

He was arrested again June 6 and charged with six additional counts of human trafficking — one of trafficking with a minor and five of trafficking with adults. According to the news release, he is being held in the Campbell County Detention Center.

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