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Former Paris Police detective arrested on federal sex charges

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PARIS, Ky. (FOX 56) – Federal documents filed Monday allege that Christopher Livinggood, 50, of Bourbon County, produced and distributed sexually explicit images of minors.

The documents also refer to Livinggood’s previous work as a drug detective at the Paris Police Department.

According to a Federal Bureau of Investigation Task Force Officer, Livinggood’s crimes occurred in March 2018, May 2018 and June 2019.

This affidavit is sent in support of the Criminal Complaint alleging that
around March 17, 2018, Livegood produced and sent to Diana Roe, a subject living in
Indianapolis, Indiana, images of a naked male infant, with the focus of the images on males
penis and a male hand grasps the infant’s penis. On or about days from May 23,
In 2018, as of June 1, 2019, Livinggood and Roe exchanged sexually explicit images of minors
engaging in sexual activity, including oral, anal, and adult sex,
pubertal and prepubertal children. All of these offenses occurred in, or about, Bourbon
County, Kentucky, in the Eastern District of Kentucky.

The documents outline how Indianapolis Police worked with the FBI to identify Kik Messenger user “bryan388” as Christopher Livinggood. Emails, IP addresses and social media sites were used to track Livinggood to a home in Bourbon County. According to the documents, Livinggood was arrested in Nicholasville on December 3 at his girlfriend’s home.

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Britta Zeltmann

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