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In his plea agreement, Kenneth Bigler, 53, of Walnut admitted to having sexual contact with girls ages 14 to But in numerous communications with a sex broker he had asked for children much younger, according to court records. Bigler also filmed some sexual encounters with a girl he believed was younger than 16 and then brought that footage into the U.
As part of his guilty plea to one count of attempted sexual exploitation of a child, he agreed to register as a sex offender. District Judge John Houston on Monday also requested Bigler be housed at a prison with a sex offender treatment program and ordered him to 10 years of supervised release upon completion of his prison sentence. Bigler, who was working for a Los Angeles moving company, began communicating with the unnamed broker in , asking to set him up with young children for sex, according to a search warrant affidavit detailing the communications.
Border crossing records show Bigler traveled to Tijuana frequently, and that the messages roughly corresponded to cross-border trips, authorities said. Bigler was also accused of bragging in messages to the broker about how easy and cheap it was to buy children for sex in Thailand, according to the court records. Bigler was arrested in August — about four months after his last recorded trip to Mexico, according to federal records.
In an earlier request for bail, his defense lawyer said Bigler admitted he was abusing alcohol at the time of the offense and it had affected his judgment. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options. Raised in Tucson, Ariz. She has gone on countless police ridealongs, spent 24 hours with a firefighting crew, trained with snipers and been shot with a Taser yes, it hurt! Completing a grueling two-week SWAT academy alongside 60 officers.
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