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Former 4-H Leader Sentenced for Sex Abuse

Former 4-H Leader Sentenced for Sex Abuse



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(KSL News) A former 4-H club youth leader will spend several years behind bars for sexually abusing boys in his care.

Curtis Crittenden was sentenced to six to 30 years in prison for touching four boys at his home after befriending them at 4-H events.

In July he pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual abuse of a child, as part of a plea deal.

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