Former Anti-Trump Protest Leader Pleaded Guilty To Multiple Sex Abuse Cases

    Updated: March 14, 2018 at 9:22 am EST  See Comments

    A former Portland protest leader is guilty in two separate sex abuse cases.

    Micah Rhodes, 24, was convicted by a jury on the charge of second-degree sex abuse in Washington County on Friday. On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree sex abuse in Multnomah County.

    Detectives with the Portland Police Bureau’s Sex Crimes Unit said Rhodes had sexual contact with an underage boy in Multnomah County and an underage girl in Washington County.

    Court documents state he met the 17-year-old boy via an app in 2015 and admitted knowing the age of the teen.

    Court records show Rhodes was ordered to register as a sex offender out of Washington County dating back to 2009 when he was a juvenile.

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