Fargo police say man admits to sexual contact with 6-year-old girls

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FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) Fargo police say a man was arrested Thursday on six counts of gross sexual imposition for reportedly having sexual contact with two young girls.

Wyatt Scott Kukert, 22, of Fargo admitted to police he had sexual contact with two 6-year-old girls in March, according to the Fargo Police Department.

Court documents say four incidents happened at his apartment at 2530 14th St. S, while the other incidents happened at his mother's house.

The Fargo Police Department’s Crimes Against Children Unit was notified by the Brookings, South Dakota police department of the alleged incidents.

Court documents say Brookings Police discovered an explicit video of two 6-year-olds with Kukert from March 28, 2019.

Documents go on to say that Kukert admitted to police that he exposed himself and wanted the young girls to touch him 'out of sexual frustration.' Kukert also recalled the video in question and admitted to at least 11 other prior incidents.

There were no immediate signs of physical injury to the two girls, according to Fargo PD.

They are currently safe with family and will receive follow-up care from the Child Advocacy Center.

Kukert made his first appearance in court Friday where a Cass County judge set his bond set at $200,000. Kukert asked the judge for his bond to be lowered, however the judge said based on the 'horrific conduct,' bond would not change.

He is set to be in court again on July 24th.