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By Marlana Smith
More felony charges have been filed against a Shelbyville man already facing felony sodomy charges in Shelby County.
David Kiser, 62, was arrested Tuesday, February 1, 2022, by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office after the new charges were filed.
According to the probable cause statement, the crimes allegedly took place in January and December 2014 on two separate occasions. Kiser allegedly had deviate sexual intercourse with the victim between the ages of five and seven. Both incidents allegedly took place at Kiser’s residence in Shelbyville, which is located at 606 N. Roosevelt Street.
The PC statement that was filed in December 2019 states, investigators have information alleging other people were in the rooom when the incident took place.
Evidence in the case included video statements given by the victim regarding both incidents, and a video interview with Kiser.
According to court documents, Kiser is being charged with felony counts of statutory sodomy with a victim under 14-years-old and child molestation in the second degree with a victim under 12-years-old in case No. 22SB-CR00020. The charges were filed by Special Prosecuting Attorney Joshua Wendell Meisner on February 1.
Kiser is also facing two felony counts of sodomy or attempted sodomy with a victim under 12-years-old in case No. 22SB-CR00005 filed January 7, 2022, by Shelby County Prosecutor Jordan Force. Kiser was arrested and released from jail three days later, after posting a $100,000 bond.
Kiser is currently being held at the Shelby County Jail on another $100,000 cash-only bond.
A bond reduction hearing was held Friday, February 4. The bond modification was denied by Shelby County Associate Judge Mike Greenwell.
Kiser is scheduled to appear in court Friday, February 18 at 10 a.m. in front of Judge Greenwell for case No. 22SB-CR00020.
This story was written using information from court documents, which is one-sided. David Kiser is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in court.
Echo Menges contributed to this story.