CONCORDIA PARISH (KTVE/KARD) — In January 2022, the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office began investigating suspects who engaged in the exploitation and solicitation of minors online for sexual purposes. As a result of the investigation, the sheriff’s office arrested over 40 suspects who engaged in sexual conversations with minors, solicited for sex, possessed or transmitted pornographic images, and/or traveled to meet with minors.

During the investigation, two registered sex predators traveled to meet a minor while out on bond for six counts of Molestation of a Juvenile in another parish. For several months, the 7th Judicial District Attorney’s Office secured convictions in these cases, resulting in prison time as well as the requirement to register as a convicted sex offender upon release.

The following suspects were given prison sentences after the investigations:

NameOffense (s)Prison Sentence
Bradly DyerIndecent Behavior with Juveniles2 years
Denny BoydIndecent Behavior with Juveniles
Computer-Aided Solicitation of a Minor
100 counts of Sexual Abuse of An Animal
4 years
Kevin PrejeanIndecent Behavior with Juveniles
Computer-Aided Solicitation of a Minor
18 months
William EzellComputer-Aided Solicitation of a Minor4 years
Jody AcremanComputer-Aided Solicitation of a Minor
Indecent Behavior with Juveniles
6 counts of Pornography Involving Juveniles
4 years
Ian ReedIndecent Behavior with Juveniles
Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile
4 years
Photo courtesy of the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff Hedrick, along with District Attorney Brad Burget and his office, are committed to protecting the community’s most precious resources, our children, and will continue to seek out those who wish to do them harm. Community members are reminded that if you see something, say something.

The Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office