A Mustang man is in jail after being arrested Wednesday for allegedly and unknowingly sharing child pornography with a sheriff’s department task force.
Darrell Brock, 43, was taken into custody at his residence when Canadian County sheriff’s deputies executed the search warrant. He was reportedly cooperative with investigators, saying he used to work as an Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office jailer, and knew the search warrant process.
A week before his arrest, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force determined child pornography was allegedly being shared from a computer at Brock’s residence. Deputies found multiple micro SD cards where the pornography, including photographs and videos, were being shared from Brock’s cellular phone using Wi-Fi.
“It’s disturbing that a former Oklahoma County Jailer whose job was to keep criminals locked up, was in fact breaking the law himself after he knew what the consequences are,” said Chris West, Canadian County undersheriff.
Brock was booked into the county jail on one count of aggravated possession of child pornography. His bond was set at $100,000 and he remains in custody.
The Internet Crimes Against Children unit continues to operate under the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations ICAC Task Force.