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Brevard Man Arrested on Multiple Charges of Sexual Battery and Possession of Child Pornography

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In a significant development within Brevard County, Kenneth Lee Grubb, a resident of Mims, has been arrested following a detailed investigation by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. Grubb, a registered sex offender born on December 13, 1965, faces serious allegations including sexual battery by a person in custodial authority, solicitation of a minor for sexual acts, and possession of child pornography.

Grubb is a registered sex offender who was convicted of assaults on a child in North Carolina in 2009.

According to the arrest affidavit filed in the Circuit Court of the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit, the case (No. 2023-00362433) emerged following a report by a minor victim, identified as RS. The affidavit, primarily based on the investigation led by Agent Stanton Wimer, outlines a series of disturbing events and exchanges between Grubb and the minor.

The investigation revealed that Grubb had engaged in vaginal intercourse with the minor on two separate occasions. He is also accused of soliciting her for sexual acts through text messages in exchange for allowing her to spend time with her friends. The report includes explicit text exchanges and photographs sent to Grubb’s phone, providing substantial evidence for the charges.

RS, during a forensic interview at the Children’s Advocacy Center, detailed the alleged sexual encounters with Grubb, describing them as non-consensual and under duress. She also mentioned sending explicit photographs of herself to Grubb, under pressure, to gain his permission to meet her friends.

Law enforcement officials seized Grubb’s cellphone, which reportedly contained multiple explicit photographs and incriminating text messages. This evidence played a crucial role in substantiating the charges against Grubb.

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The arrest of Kenneth Lee Grubb has once again raised concerns in the community about the safety of minors and the risks posed by registered sex offenders.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has emphasized its commitment to protecting the community, especially vulnerable minors, from sexual exploitation and abuse. This case serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing challenges in safeguarding children from such heinous acts.

As the legal proceedings continue, the community awaits further developments in this alarming case. The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has requested anyone with additional information related to this case to come forward to assist in the ongoing investigation.

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