Man accused of trying to buy nude photos of 7-year-old, indicted - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock man accused of trying to buy nude photos of 7-year-old, indicted in Hale County

Landon Quinn Wright, Source: Hale County Sheriff's Office Landon Quinn Wright, Source: Hale County Sheriff's Office

HALE CENTER, TX (KCBD) - A Hale County Grand Jury indicted a Lubbock man last week for attempted sexual performance by a child.

Landon Quinn Wright, 25, was arrested in September after authorities said Wright asked a Hale Center woman for nude pictures of her child, and to have sex with that 7-year-old girl.

The woman says she met Wright on the internet. She says he asked for the pictures after he found out that she had children. That is when she called police.

Officers arrested him during an undercover sting when he went to pick up the non-existent photos at a home in Hale Center.


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