Four arrested in northeast Oklahoma child porn sweep

Four men from northeast Oklahoma cities are in jail on complaints of child pornography distribution and computer crime violations, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: February 13, 2013
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Four men from northeast Oklahoma cities were jailed Tuesday on complaints of child pornography distribution and computer crime violations, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

Tuesday, warrants were served for Michael K. Gomez, 41, of Stillwater; Stephen A. Hacker, 65, of Okmulgee; James E. Johnson, 54, of Owasso; and Adolphius J. Webster, 31, of Owasso. Three other warrants were served within Tulsa city limits, but those cases are still under investigation, according to a news release.

The men are accused of distributing child pornography online to Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children task force members from the Guthrie and Stillwater police departments, according to the release.

All four were booked into their respective county jails Tuesday.

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