Jailed sex offender hit with five more counts

Criminal Law

An incarcerated registered sex offender in Lyon County was charged Wednesday with five counts of third-degree sexual abuse.

Kyle King, 21, allgedly committed five sex acts with a 15-year-old female in fall 2006, the Lyon County Sheriff's Department reported Wednesday.

King was already in Lyon County Jail for failing to comply with the sex offender registry at the time of his arrest. In 2004, he was convicted of assault with intent to commit sexual abuse.

Wednesday's charges carry a maximum sentence not to exceed 10 years. More charges are possible in the near future as the investigation by the sheriff's department continues.

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