Payette County Woman, Charged With Felonies, Insists She and 14-Year-Old Planned to Get Married 

click to enlarge Kimberly Ahrendes, 37, is charged with five felony counts of lewd conduct with a child under 16. - PAYETTE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
  • Payette County Sheriff's Office
  • Kimberly Ahrendes, 37, is charged with five felony counts of lewd conduct with a child under 16.


Law enforcement officers say a Payette County woman used Snapchat to communicate and swap sexual photos with a teenage boy—a friend of her son—and had sex with the minor in her home.

The Ontario, Ore. Argus Observer reports Kimberly Ahrendes, 37, is behind bars at the Payette County Jail, charged with five felony counts of lewd conduct with a child under 16. 

Prosecutors said Ahrendes first met the alleged victim during a middle-school dance where she was a DJ. Detectives said Ahrendes told them she and the 14-year-old alleged victim loved each other "and planned to get married after he turned 18."

Ahrendes is being held on a $150,000 bond and faces a Payette County court hearing on Monday, Feb. 29. In the meantime, the Argus Observer reports the case has been turned over to the Fruitland Police Department because of a "conflict of interest between one of the parties involved in the case and the Payette County Sheriff's Office."


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