Randy Huff enters guilty plea on charges of tampering with physical evidence

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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO)--- Randy Huff entered a guilty plea on charges of tampering with physical evidence, today at the Warren County Justice Center.

Huff's cell phone was destroyed during a 2015 investigation, in which police had reason to believe video recordings kept on Huff's cell phone could be used as evidence in the case against him.

"There was some evidence in the case that Mr. Huff's phone was destroyed, that the police were looking to see if there was any evidence on," says Huff's Attorney, Alan Simpson.

Huff, a Bowling Green business owner, was arrested in 2015 for allegedly meeting a 16-year-old girl his Southside Auto Sales and Towing Business.

On three separate occasions, Huff allegedly payed a girl 40 dollars in exchange for oral sex.

Today, two counts of 1st degree unlawful transaction with a minor and promoting a sexual performance by a minor were dismissed.

"All of the charges relating to the minor and the sexual accounts, that was all dismissed," says Simpson.

Huff's attorney says the case was dismissed due to varying statements and testimonies.

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