LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS 11)--One of the two former LMPD officers charged in a sex abuse case faced a judge early Monday.
Kenneth Betts was arraigned on two counts of sodomy.
LMPD's Public Integrity Unit began investigating Betts and another now former officer, Brandon Wood, back in October when a person came forward claiming he'd been raped and sexually abused as a member of LMPD's Youth Explorer Program.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer suspended the program soon after.
Betts already posted his bond and he's due back in court for a pretrial conference on June 19.
Wood was arraigned on April 17.
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