FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Former Campbell County district judge Timothy Nolan, of California, Kentucky, now stands charged with 11 total counts after an initial charge of human trafficking on April 21.
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Thursday that a Campbell County grand jury has indicted Nolan, 70, on nine felony counts, including human trafficking of a minor, first-degree rape, five counts of human trafficking of adults, second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor and tampering with a witness.
Nolan also stands charged with two misdemeanor counts: third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor and one count of prostitution.
The Campbell County Police Department said numerous individuals came forth alleging other crimes that led to these counts against Nolan after his initial arrest.
They continue to investigate additional allegations and ask that anyone who feels they have information of value to the investigation or believe they may have in any way been a victim to contact the Campbell County Police Department at 859-547-3100.