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KSP charge Green Co. man with promoting human trafficking

By Tpr. Nick Hale

Greensburg, KY - On October 6, 2021, following a six month investigation by Kentucky State Police Post 15, James David Burnham age 34, of Greensburg, KY was indicted for seven counts of rape first, 8 counts of promoting human trafficking victim under 18, and several other charges with allegations dating back 10 years.

Burnham was located and arrested yesterday, October 14, 2021, by the Cache County Sheriff's Office in Logan, Utah, and will be extradited back to the Commonwealth of KY.

This investigation was conducted by Trooper James Ford. Tpr. Ford was assisted by Silverleaf Trauma Recovery Services, Green County Victims Advocate, KY Attorney Generals Office, KY Homeland Security, KSP Post 15 Victims Advocate, KY Department for Community Based Services, Greensburg Police and the Commonwealth Attorney.

This story was posted on 2021-10-15 13:11:01
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