Webster County constable Dennis Shelton could be in more trouble after additional accusations were made about an incident that allegedly happened in August. According to Kentucky State Police, Shelton is accused of entering a woman’s home without permission and exposing himself, among other accusations KSP is not releasing. Media partner 14News reports that because of state law, Webster Fiscal Court cannot remove him from office unless he is convicted and all appeals are exhausted. Shelton’s charges include sexual abuse and burglary. Livingston County Attorney Billy Riley has been appointed Special Prosecutor in the case. If convicted, Shelton could face up to 20 years in prison. KSP says it is possible more alleged victims could come forward in the case.