Former Deputy Court Clerk arrested for child pornography charges, computer crime

Former Deputy Court Clerk arrested for child pornography charges, computer crime

A Guthrie man has been charged with five felonies for possessing child pornography and violating the state’s Computer Crimes Act. The man who once worked in the Logan County Court Clerk’s Office.

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Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has charged Enrique Segura, 36, with two counts of aggravated possession of child pornography, two counts of possession of child pornography and being in violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.

Segura left his position as the deputy clerk and took a position in the administrator’s office for the Oklahoma Supreme Court Network, which is the database for court records in Oklahoma.

According to a press release from the Attorney General’s Office, an undercover investigation began after agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) received information from the CyberTipline indicating a user of the social media app Snapchat was sending pictures and videos containing possible child pornography to other users of the app.

Agents with the OSBI and the Attorney General’s Office assigned to the Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force traced the IP address to an account in Segura’s name and address. Surveillance at the address confirmed Segura’s residence.

On Nov. 18, 2016, a search warrant was issued for Segura’s home, where agents collected a cellphone, a computer and other digital storage devices allegedly belonging to Segura. The items were taken to the OSBI’s Digital Evidence Unit for forensic examination.

The examination uncovered hundreds of explicit pictures and videos of underage male children ranging from ages two to 12-years-old.

Segura was arrested and appears to have posted a $30,000 bond.

If convicted, he could face up to life in prison. He’s expected to be formally arraigned as early as Tuesday afternoon.

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