Parole hearing held for man convicted of unlawful sexual conduct

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DRAPER -- A man who was found guilty of three counts of unlawful sexual conduct appeared before a parole board Tuesday morning.

David Serbeck was convicted in March 2012 after he was accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16 or 17-year-old girl.

Serbeck has maintained his innocence in previous court appearances, but has admitted to having a friendship with the girl and kissing her on two occasions.

"You're telling me that I'm being - I can't complete sex offender treatment because I'm not accepting responsibility. Well, I'm telling you I'm telling you the truth and now I feel like I'm being persecuted against because I'm telling you the truth," Serbeck said to the parole board Tuesday.

The judge said he would recommend another hearing to the board of judges who will vote after reading the judge's summary.

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