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Okla. Couple Arrested in Nebraska Suspected of Child Sex Abuse

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Kaylynn D. Meyer, 30, and David Ray Meyer Jr., 34, of Cleveland, OK were arrested Friday near Omaha. Both were taken into custody on charges of child sex abuse. (PHOTO COURTESY: KETV / Saunders County Sheriff's Office) Kaylynn D. Meyer, 30, and David Ray Meyer Jr., 34, of Cleveland, OK were arrested Friday near Omaha. Both were taken into custody on charges of child sex abuse. (PHOTO COURTESY: KETV / Saunders County Sheriff's Office)

A Green Country couple wanted on suspicion of child molestation and sex abuse were taken into custody near Omaha, Friday.

ABC Affiliate KETV reports, the couple identified as 34-year-old David Ray Meyer Jr. and 30-year-old Kaylynn Dee Meyer, both of Cleveland, Oklahoma, were arrested by the U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force.

The Pawnee County Sheriff's Office tells KETV, the two have been charged with molestation and permitting child sexual abuse. Officials believe David Meyer had sexually abused three children and that his wife had been present and allowed the abuse to happen.

The couple is currently being held in Nebraska awaiting extradition to Oklahoma.

Look for more on this story later on-air on Tulsa's Channel 8 and online at KTUL.com.

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