Southwest Key Worker Convicted As Federal Investigation Continues
A former employee of Southwest Key Programs has been convicted of sex crimes against migrant kids held at an Arizona facility.
On Friday, a jury found 25-year-old Levian Pacheco guilty of 10 charges after a short trial in federal court.
KJZZ’s Matthew Casey has been followed the recent allegations against workers for the Texas-based nonprofit that’s received more than a half-billion dollars in federal funding this year.
He joined The Show to discuss this ruling.