Man sentenced for sexual misconduct during teen driver’s tests

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MARION, IL (AP) – A former Illinois state driver’s license examiner convicted of sexual misconduct involving teenager girls during their road tests has been ordered to spend four years in prison.

WSIL-TV reports that 39-year-old Nathaniel Hopkins of Herrin was sentenced Thursday in Williamson County.

A jury convicted him in December of two counts each of criminal sexual abuse and official misconduct, and one count of disorderly conduct.

Authorities allege he inappropriately touched one 16-year-old girl and made inappropriate comments to another while working for the Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles.

WSIL says the judge told Hopkins he appears to have a personality disorder because he fails to admit doing anything wrong.

Hopkins must register as a sex offender.

Information from: WSIL-TV,


  • Todd Gack

    Sounds like Bill OReilly who sexually harasses and tries to molest female coworkers, and refuses to admit he has a problem. Typical right wing wackjob

      • Todd Gack

        like I said, typical right wing wackjob. I could outthink you with my brain tied behind my back

      • Todd Gack

        Your nonsensical comments are so amazingly stupid it’s hilarious. Do you and Sarah ‘I don’t know who’s on the Supreme Court’ Palin trade talking points? No wonder the Republican Party is virtually extinct.

  • middleman

    You never know. Maybe they have sleeper cells. Sweeney, you make me laugh. I have to like you. I won’t say you are not offensive, but you keep it funny

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