PRINCETON, Ind. (AP) — A former sheriff’s deputy in southern Indiana has been sentenced to three years in prison on a child seduction charge.
Daniel Greer was sentenced Wednesday after a Gibson County jury convicted him in January. He plans to appeal the conviction.
Greer last summer was accused of having sexual contact with two boys when he was a deputy and working as a school officer for the South Gibson School Corporation. He resigned as a Gibson County deputy after his conviction.
Greer still faces a second child seduction charge. He’s also charged with obstruction of justice. Investigators say he listened in on a call between one of the alleged victims and a detective.
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