Huntsville man found guilty of sex crimes

Published: Jan. 5, 2007 at 9:31 PM CST|Updated: Jan. 22, 2007 at 2:13 PM CST
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A Harvest man is found guilty of indecent exposure and public lewdness.

He'll find out next month what his sentence will be.

A jury found 44-year old Daniel Kilbourn guilty of sex crimes at Wheeler Wildlife Refuge.

Kilbourn was arrested in September during an undercover sting at the wildlife refuge in Limestone and Morgan counties.

Kilbourn was among 28 people charged with a number of sex-related crimes.

Kilbourn faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison on each count.

He will sentenced in February.

Last month, a Decatur Federal Jury found a Huntsville man not guilty of engaging in sexual contact without consent of permission at Wheeler Wildlife Refuge.

Anthony Gentry says he was walking his dog on the Beaverdam Boardwalk Trail in Limestone County when the dog lunged from his arms and he accidentally touched an undercover federal agent.