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Published on: 06/16/2017

Cushing Man Due to be Tried on Child Porn Charge Accused of Possessing Stolen Truck

Patti Weaver

1600kush.com

(Stillwater, Okla.) – A Cushing man scheduled to stand trial on July 11 on charges of possessing child pornography and illegally using a computer was charged Thursday with possessing a stolen truck and presenting a forged vehicle title to a tag agency.
    The child pornography trial for Wylie Odis Riley, 37, has repeatedly been delayed, in part due to his changing lawyers, court records show.
    Riley was charged on Dec. 20, 2013, and released on $75,000 bail on Dec. 31, 2013, with possessing at least 85 video files of child pornography and illegally using a computer system on Dec. 10, 2013, in a case investigated by Stillwater police and the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation.
    Stillwater police and the OSBI Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) unit served a search warrant at Riley’s residence “based upon an ongoing investigation into the person living there downloading and sharing child pornography,” according to a new release in 2013.
    “Inspector Greg Miller of the Stillwater Police Department Criminal Investigation Unit and Task Force Member of the OSBI ICAC Task Force conducted the investigation on the IP (internet provider) address, which checked back to the address of 1115 W. Oak St. in Cushing, Ok., and to the named individual residing at this address,” the news release said.
    “During a search of the residence belonging to Wylie Odis Riley, computers and other numerous items used to download known child pornography were discovered and seized as a result of the search warrant being served,” the news release said.
    If convicted of possessing child pornography and having unlawful access to a computer to violate Oklahoma law, Riley could be imprisoned for as much as 25 years and fined $30,000, court records show.
    If convicted of his new charge of possessing a 2009 Chevrolet truck on May 30, 2017, that had been stolen on Dec. 24, 2016, Riley could be given a five-year prison term and a $5,000 fine.
    If convicted of his other new charge of presenting a forged Oklahoma vehicle title on Dec. 28, 2016, to a tag agency for the purpose of having a title issued in his name, Riley could be given a 10-year prison term and a $5,000 fine, court records show.
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