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4-H Leader Accused of Sex Abuse Says Problem Started Years Ago

4-H Leader Accused of Sex Abuse Says Problem Started Years Ago



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(KSL News) New information this morning about a 4-H leader accused of sexually abusing children.

The Deseret Morning News reports Curtis Crittendon told police his problem began years ago. An arrest warrant states Crittendon says he sexually abused two teen boys when he returned from his LDS mission.

Crittendon is now in jail, accused of groping children in the 4-H program who slept over at his house.

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