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Searcy allegedly sent four obscene photographs to the girl, Thomas said, and was charged with one count for each.
Under the age of 16 a person may be charged as a juvenile, but anyone 16 years of age or older can be tried as an adult, Thomas said.
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Devin Russell Searcy, 16, of Louvre Lane in Jacksonville was arrested Friday by the sheriff’s office and charged with four counts of disseminate obscenity.
He is accused of sending photos of his penis to a 12-year-old girl, according to his arrest warrant. Chris Thomas of the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office said he was chatting online with the girl he is accused of sending photos to.
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