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Firefighter charged with statutory rape

Levi Berg (Source: St. Francois County Jail) Levi Berg (Source: St. Francois County Jail)
FARMINGTON, MO (KFVS) -

A former Farmington firefighter is accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage girl.

Levi Cody Berg, 23, of Farmington is charged with statutory rape in the second degree.

According to the probable cause statement, Berg is accused of sending nude pictures of himself via text message to a 16-year-old girl and asking her for nude photos.

Berg admitted to having sex with the girl, according to court documents.

Farmington Fire Chief Todd Mecey says Berg is no longer employed with the fire department. Mecey says Berg was worked at the fire department for 16 months. Berg was let go on the day he was arrested.

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