A 26-year old Scott County man accused of soliciting teens electronically and allegedly having sex a 14-year old girl is scheduled to have a ‘motions’ hearing’ at 10 a.m. on June 28th.
Scott city resident Nicholas Aaron Anderson was arrested on March 23rd. He faces two counts of aggravated indecent liberties, criminal sodomy, three counts of electronic solicitation and two misdemeanor counts of contributing to a child’s misconduct, alleging he encouraged the teen to possess marijuana. The defendant is believed to be the son of Scott County Sheriff Glenn Anderson.
The case is being handled by the Kansas Attorney General’s office and is being prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Nicole Romine. A spokesperson for the Kansas Attorney General’s Office says a ‘motions’ hearing’ is a venue at which attorneys make motions that will be decided on by the judge. For example, an attorney may make a motion regarding a witness or to dismiss the case altogether. A motions’ hearing typically precedes a pretrial conference.