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Neil Kimball, 46

Los Angeles County sex crime detective, 46, pleads guilty to rape 15-year-old girl whose attack he dealt with – but faces only three years in jail

  • Neil Kimball, 46, pleaded guilty Tuesday in the Superior Court of Ventura County
  • Took a plea for felony act on a child and felony sexual intercourse
  • Was accused of having sex with a 15-year-old victim whose case he investigated
  • Prosecutors say that Kimball is reportedly sentenced to three years in prison
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A sexual crime detective in Los Angeles County has pleaded guilty for a sexual crime against a 15-year-old girl whose case he was investigating.

Neil Kimball, 46, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Ventura County Superior Court for criminal counts of immoral act about a child and illegal sexual intercourse.

Illegal sexual intercourse is the California crime, better known as legally prescribed rape.

Ventura Senior Deputy Prosecutor Patrice Koenig said in a statement that Kimball was reportedly sentenced to three years in prison under the terms of his plea. He will also have to register as a sex offender.

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Neil Kimball, 46

Neil Kimball, 46

Neil Kimball, 46

Neil Kimball, 46, (left and right) pleaded guilty Tuesday in Ventura County Superior Court for felony counts of immoral act on a child and illegal sexual intercourse

Kimball met the teenager after she called authorities to report that she was the victim of sexual assault in Los Angeles.

Kimball was a detective at the Special Victims Bureau at that time.

Prosecutors said the incident took place in a mobile home that Kimball had in Ventura County in November 2017.

It was discovered after one of Kimball's colleagues was evaluating his affairs when he went on sick leave, Sheriff of the state of Angeles told Jim McDonnell. KABC.

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The department investigated about 300 cases that Kimball investigated for the Special Victims Office.

After his November arrest, Kimball was replaced by a $ 2 million bail in Ventura County prison. He is no longer eligible to declare guilty after pleading

After his November arrest, Kimball was replaced by a $ 2 million bail in Ventura County prison. He is no longer eligible to declare guilty after pleading

After his November arrest, Kimball was replaced by a $ 2 million bail in Ventura County prison. He is no longer eligible to declare guilty after pleading

Kimball was examined in 2009 after a woman at the sheriff's office complained that he had allegedly forced her to touch his genitals.

He was called to investigate a case at a Travel Inn and was testing a group of women at that time, according to documents.

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Prosecutors thought they would accuse him in that case, because there was insufficient evidence.

Since his November arrest, Kimball has been held in lieu of a $ 2 million bail in Ventura County prison. He is no longer eligible to declare guilty after pleading.

Kimball is convicted on 8 August.

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