According to the Calcasieu Sheriff’s Office, a Sulphur woman has been arrested on various charges of first-degree molestation and physical assault.
A representative of the Sheriff’s office, Kayla Vincent, notes that on 13 January 2020 the Louisiana State Police and the National Center for Missing and Abused Children protested to police about noisy Instagram conversations.
On inquiry, detectives have revealed an account of 18-year-old Lakien D. Perry of Sulphur who has given a non-identified account of her inappropriate physical contact with the 5-year-old boy with the live video feed.
Detectives claim that they found evidence during their investigation that, after December 2019, Perry had sent unsuitable videos or pictures of her with the boy and that she also had inappropriate physical contact with a three-year-old girl.
Charges And Judgments
Perry’s seven cases of first-degree malpractice, 20 counts of physical assaults and indecency involving juvenile persons were caught and booked at the Calcasieu Correctional Center, on 17 January 2020. Perry’s bail was valued by Judge Robert Wyatt at $2.8 million.