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Pornography involving juveniles arrest made by RPSO

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(KALB News Channel 5) - On June 29, 2012, the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office received a complaint from a representative of F.I.N.S. (Family In Need Of Services) in reference to allegations of criminal sexual acts involving juvenile(s). 


The complainant reported to have received information that the suspect, identified as Brandon Dale Wynn, 40, of Pollock, was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a juvenile(s).  It was also alleged that during their relationship, Wynn, who was approximately thirty-eight years old at the time, possessed multiple nude photographs of the juvenile victim(s).  


During their investigation, RPSO Detectives established sufficient probable cause that supported the allegations. 

On July 10, 2012, a warrant was granted for Wynn’s arrest in reference to twelve counts of Pornography Involving Juveniles.  Since the warrant for Wynn’s arrest was obtained, multiple attempts were made to locate him, but none were successful.    

On June 26, 2014, deputies assigned to the RPSO Metro Division made contact with Wynn during a traffic stop in the Tioga area. 


During their investigation, agents learned of the active warrant for Wynn’s arrest and that he was convicted of Manufacture of CDS II in 2004, according to RPSO. 


Upon searching the vehicle subsequent to his arrest, agents discovered a loaded 9mm semi-automatic pistol along with two loaded magazines, RPSO stated. 


Wynn was arrested without incident in reference to twelve counts of Pornography Involving Juveniles and one count Firearm Possessed By Felon.  Wynn is currently being held in the Rapides Parish Detention Center in lieu of posting a $67,500.00 bond.  

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