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Daniel Island man accused of kissing, fondling 12-year-old girl

Kenneth Lloyd (Source: BCDC) Kenneth Lloyd (Source: BCDC)
DANIEL ISLAND, SC (WCSC) -

A Daniel Island man is accused of kissing and inappropriately touching a 12-year-old girl.

The Charleston Police Department arrested Kenneth Lloyd Tuesday morning and charged him with third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor. On Nov. 25, police spoke to a woman regarding a sexual assault that happened at a home on River Landing Drive.

The woman told officers that Lloyd, who she had been dating for two years, had inappropriately touched her 12-year-old daughter.

According to the woman, she, Lloyd and her daughter were on the bed watching television on Nov. 11. The woman said that when she went to the kitchen to make coffee, Lloyd kissed the victim and attempted to put his tongue in her mouth.

A police report states that Lloyd inappropriately touched the girl. Investigators say Lloyd then stopped because the victim's mother returned to the bedroom.

The woman also said that on Nov. 18, Lloyd began to kiss the victim and inappropriately touched her.

According to the woman, she found out about Lloyd's actions after her daughter told her about it on Nov. 23. The woman then moved out of the home with her daughter.

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