LOGAN — On March 10, 2015 a juvenile victim was interviewed at the Logan County Child Advocacy Center who advised law enforcement that they had communicated with Oliver L. Mullins Jr. using a cellular phone.
The juvenile victim reportedly told law enforcement they had received a nude photograph from Mullins.
The criminal complaint filled by Sergeant L.D. Hensley with the West Virginia State Police (WVSP), concerning Mullins says, “A subsequent download of the victim’s phone revealed a photograph with the accused exposing his genitals.”
Hensley further reports he was able to speak with Mullins July 2. During his interview with Mullins, Hensley reports Mullins allegedly admitted he sent the nude photo to the victim.
Mullins is charged with distributing and displaying obscene matter to a minor, and if Mullins is found guilty, he could be forced to spend up to five years in state correctional facility and pay up to $25,000 in fines.
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