Three Suspects in Child Pornography Case Due for Arraignment
Three suspects are due in a Tulsa court room today for their alleged involvement in a child pornography investigation.
Ricky Lewis, 32, Sally Deupree, 55, and Brittiny Dick, 21, will appear before a judge Monday for their district court arraignment.
Last week, a judge increased the bond for Lewis on each count to $100,000 during a preliminary hearing for all three suspects.
The same judge also added 14 more counts of child pornography for Deupree, in addition to setting the bond for each count at $25,000.
All are face charges of child pornography after Tulsa police arrested the three at the beginning of October. Their charges ranged from distribution of child pornography, manufacturing of child pornography and possession of child pornography.
According to documents obtained by KTUL.com, investigators suspect the offenses occurred back in May.
Last week, a Tulsa judge went against prosecutors requests and lowered the bond for Deupree from $ 1.5 million to $100,000. She also was ordered to wear an ankle monitor and stay away from children.
Vinita resident, Dick, also pleaded not guilty last week for allegedly manufacturing and distributing child pornography.
Lewis, of Tulsa, was arrested on numerous counts involving child pornography. He's accused of communicating with Deupree and Brittiny Dick, 21, and exchanging photos of young girls and boys with them.
Tulsa police arrested Deupree at the beginning of October on charges of attempting to procure the participation of a minor in child pornography. Investigators said she asked Ricky Lewis, 32, to send videos of himself having sex with an underage girl.
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Investigators stated that both individuals were found with fatal shotgun wounds. No signs of a struggle were reported inside the residence, according to a statement from the Tulsa Police Department.