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Former ICE Agent Sentenced on Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges

LANSING Kevin Taylor, 49, of Riley, Michigan, a former federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent was sentenced today to 5-15 years imprisonment and sex offender registration, announced Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. Taylor pled no contest to two counts of 3rd degree Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) this March, 30 years after committing his crimes.

The case against Taylor arose from an investigation by the ICE Office of Professional Responsibility after reports surfaced of the sexual assaults. Taylor pled to assaults on two minor relatives between 1989 to 1994 when the defendant would have been 16 to 21 years old. His victims spanned the ages of four to nine years of age during those years.

“My office will continue to pursue justice for survivors even when decades have passed,” Nessel said. “This result would not have been possible without the collaborative work of the Criminal Trials and Appeals Division of my office, the ICE Office of Professional Responsibility, and the courage of Taylor’s victims to come forward after all these years against a predator in a position of power.”

At the time the charges were announced, ICE’s Jennifer Huerta said, These survivors should be commended for their strength and determination, without which, Taylor may not have been stopped from victimizing others.”


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