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Sex Offender Deported


Armando Segoviano, a 46-year-old man arrested in September for allegedly fondling a 15-year-old developmentally disabled girl, has been deported after pleading guilty, according to prosecutor Benjamin Ladinig. Segoviano, who police say admitted to touching the girl inappropriately, pleaded guilty to child molestation and was sentenced to one year in jail with a lifetime sex offender registration before he was deported.

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