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Lubbock man sentenced to more than 15 years for distributing child pornography

Cody Brett Wilcox (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center) Cody Brett Wilcox (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Cody Brett Wilcox, 26, of Lubbock, was sentenced last week to 188 months in federal prison. Wilcox pleaded guilty in December 2016 to one count of distributing child pornography.

He has been in custody since his arrest in November 2016.

According to documents filed in his case, Wilcox, using Kik, located a person who had posted that he was looking for "dads into incest, taboo, etc."

Wilcox contacted this person and messaged with him from October 20, 2016, through October 26, 2016. During the communications, Wilcox informed the other person that he had a lot of child pornography and that he traded the material on a regular basis.

Wilcox sent the other person five images of child pornography. The images depicted prepubescent minor females engaged in sexually explicit conduct. The Lubbock Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigated this case.

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