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Ryan David Oyen, 30, of Cabot pleaded guilty Monday to 20 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child. Lonoke County Circuit Court Judge Sandy Huckabee handed down the 60-year sentence, with an additional 20-year suspended sentence.
Oyen was being held in the
Oyen was arrested in July 2013 after agents with the Cyber Crimes Unit executed a search warrant at his residence in Cabot. Special Agent Mike Lett had begun investigating Oyen a month earlier after suspecting that child pornography was being possessed at his residence.
The Cabot Police Department and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations assisted in the investigation and arrest of Oyen.
Assistant Attorney General Will Jones was appointed as special prosecutor in the case by 23rd Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney Chuck Graham.
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