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Sex Acts: Pacheco and Court Documents

sex acts: The case was first reported by Pro Publica, according to The Chronicle Herald. Authorities charge that Pacheco performed sex acts on two boys and touched six others, all between ages 15 to 17 at the time. Court documents show Levian Pacheco faces several charges stemming from incidents that allegedly took place between August 2016 and July 2017 at a Southwest Key facility in Mesa. Court documents also state that Pacheco is HIV-positive and that some of the teens opted to be tested for the virus. His federal public defender has said in court documents that the government's allegations of the crimes committed by Pacheco include an extraordinarily broad range of dates and lack of specificity. Pacheco has pleaded not guilty and denied the allegations. ( As reported in the news.