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North Pole man found guilty of all counts of sexually abusing babysitter

 Con Compton was convicted on all eight counts of sexual abuse of a minor and sexual assault. He is seen here testifying in the trial earlier this week. (John Dougherty/KTVF)
Con Compton was convicted on all eight counts of sexual abuse of a minor and sexual assault. He is seen here testifying in the trial earlier this week. (John Dougherty/KTVF) (KTVF)
Published: Feb. 7, 2020 at 2:17 PM AKST
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A jury returned guilty verdicts on all eight counts against Con Compton. The verdict came shortly after 10 a.m. on Friday. Jurors began deliberating around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday.

Compton, 34, of North Pole spent this week in a sexual assault and sexual abuse of a minor trial. He was found to have met a 16-year-old girl on a dating app in December of 2018. After communicating with her over the app, he hired her to come babysit his five kids. After she came to his house he began groping her over and under her clothing.

Compton was found guilty of one count of sexual assault in the first degree, three counts of sexual assault 2, one count of sexual abuse of a minor 2 with a special finding that he was an authority figure, and three counts of sexual abuse of a minor 4 with that same authority figure finding.

Compton will be sentenced at a later date. He is also currently involved in another case from between 2003-2005 where he is accused of sexually abusing a minor numerous times. That case is expected to go to trial later this month.

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