OKC Man Arrested On Multiple Counts Of Child Pornography
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City man was arrested Tuesday for possession, manufacture and distribution of child pornography over the internet after an undercover investigation first initiated by Guthrie Police.
Officers of the Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Unit arrested 43-year-old Stephen "Pepi" Jackson at his home, Tuesday evening.
According to the investigation, Jackson distributed three files of child pornography to an undercover Guthrie police officer. On Tuesday afternoon, task force members from the Guthrie Police Department and the OSBI ICAC Unit served a search warrant at Jackson's residence.
Several computer-related items were seized from the residence. On-scene previews of the computer-related items revealed pornographic images of at least two local children. The investigation will continue to determine if any additional children are in the images.
Task force deputies from the Canadian County Sheriff's Office assisted in collecting evidence from within their county.
Jackson was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail and is being held on charges including two counts of Possession of Child Pornography, one count of Distribution of Child Pornography, three counts of Aggravated Possession of Child Pornography, one count of Production of Child Pornography, 10 counts of Forcible Sodomy, one count of Lewd Acts to a Child Under 16, and Violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.