Former CovCath student pleads not guilty to charges of rape, sexual abuse

Former CovCath student pleads not guilty to charges of rape, sexual abuse
A former Covington Catholic High School student who was indicted as an adult on one count of rape and three counts of sexual abuse will be arraigned Monday. (Source: Gray News)

COVINGTON (FOX19) - A former Covington Catholic High School student being tried as an adult on charges of raping a teenage girl and sexually abusing three others pleaded not guilty in a northern Kentucky courtroom Monday.

Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rob Sanders said after the hearing that his office has extended a plea offer, according to FOX19 NOW’s media partner, the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Sanders said he could not comment further about the plea deal offer.

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The allegations span about two years when 17-year-old Jospeh Eubank, was 14-to 16-years-old, according to Sanders.

If convicted on all charges, the former basketball player faces up to 35 years in prison, Sanders has said.

Eubank was first arrested in May.

He is scheduled to appear back in court on Dec. 11.

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