UPDATE: Chesapeake pastor to serve six years for sex crimes against a child

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UPDATE: Haden Conrad will serve six years in prison. Following his release, Conrad will be on supervised probation, must undergo sex offender treatment, register as a sex offender, and he can't have contact with children under 18 or have access to the internet.

Chesapeake, Va. - This morning, a Chesapeake pastor who pleaded guility to sex crimes against children is set to learn more about his sentence.

Last October, Haden Conrad pleaded guilty to exposing himself online - to someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl.

But it was really an undercover Spotsylvania County deputy on the other end of the computer.

Court documents revealed Conrad performed "sex acts" using a web cam in an online chat room.

The sentencing will be held Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. in Chesapeake. Stay with NewsChannel 3 as updates come in.


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