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(KSL News) A Utah County man who pleaded no contest to sexually assaulting women he met online is accused of reverting to his old behaviors.
Prosecutors say Kent Parkinson has been contacting women on the Internet, a direct violation of his plea in abeyance.
In September of 2006 Parkinson agreed to the plea in order to stay out of prison. He will now be sentenced on the original charges due to the violation.
Parkinson will appear in court later this month.