PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Micah Rhodes, known in Portland for his work with the activist group Portland's Resistance, has been convicted of sex abuse.
A Washington County jury on Thursday found Rhodes guilty of one count of 2nd-degree sex abuse. Court records show the victim was a minor when she had sexual contact with Rhodes.
He also faced allegations of sexual abuse in Multnomah County for having sex with a minor. He pleaded not guilty to 4 counts of 2nd-degree sexual abuse and one county 3rd-degree sexual abuse.
His next court date for that case is March 12.
Rhodes was also convicted of first-degree sodomy and sexual abuse when he was a juvenile and was ordered to register as a sex offender.
Rhodes will be back in court for sentencing on May 24.
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