WICHITA, Kan. - A Wichita woman has been found guilty for her role in a child sex case in which she was accused of having explicit online chats with a former Wichita Police Officer and Wichita Wild football player Greg Nicks.
Luz Coronado had been charged with four counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child and one count of sexual exploitation. She waived her right to a jury trial and allowed Judge Terry Pullman to hear the case. Pullman found her guilty Tuesday after a day of testimony.
Nicks and Coronado were having a sexual affair when Nicks accidentally sent an explicit text message to his wife instead of Coronado. His wife then began investigating Nicks personal email and discovered 177 days of conversations in which Nicks took pictures of his own 14-month-old daughter and sent them by email to Coronado.
Coronado is scheduled to be sentenced in Sedgwick County District Court on Sept. 28. Greg Nicks' jury trial is scheduled for Oct. 15.