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News : Two Trenton Residents Charged With 39 To 41 Counts Of Sex Related Charges Involving Children
Posted by Randy on 2014/2/3 11:02:50 (2886 reads) News by the same author

Multiple sex-related charges have been filed against two rural Trenton residents.
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50 year old Brent Reynolds and 35 year old Amanda Reynolds, both of 463 Northeast 45th Avenue, are held without bond at Grundy county detention center.

The warrants were issued Friday. Brent Reynolds has 41 counts involving minor children. Amanda Reynolds faces 39 counts involving minor children.

The sex-related incidents, authorities say, occurred over the past two years. (January
of 2012 to January 14, 2014) Both persons were already in custody on other charges when served with the latest warrants. Brent Reynolds was arrested January 14th and Amanda Reynolds was taken into custody January 24th.

The newest charges filed by the Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney include statutory sodomy in the first degree; incest; sexual exploitation of a child; use of a child in a sexual performance; and endangering the welfare of a child. There are multiple counts of each sexual offense against both defendants. The warrant claims a digital camera and camera phone were used to create child pornography videos. The various counts against the Reynolds list ages of three different children: 9, 12, and 15.

Court information says the investigation was conducted by three deputies of the Grundy County Sheriff's Department and by two investigators of the states' technical assistance team within Missouri Department of Social Services.

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