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Allegheny County police arrest extra little one intercourse assault suspect

Allegheny County Police announced the arrest of another suspect responsible for multiple sexual assaults against numerous children, toddlers and toddlers on Saturday. Sydney Brooks, 25, of Homewood, was taken into custody Friday. Brooks was charged with 38 crimes. According to police, Brooks teamed up with Devaughante J. Law Sr., 27, to commit the assaults and record the sexual acts. Law was arrested on January 26 after police determined he was responsible for sexual acts against numerous children, young children and infants. Investigators also said Law recorded the acts and distributed the pictures and videos to others. Police said some of the child victims had not yet been identified. Detectives have reason to believe that there may be other victims and are seeking assistance from the public in identifying children who are known to have had past contact with the law. Police said that due to the nature of these crimes, potential victims may need medical assistance and / or other social services. Police said the law was charged with multiple incest cases, involuntary deviant sex, rape, aggravated indecent assault, improper contact with a minor, indecent assault, corruption of a minor, and endangering a child’s well-being. Anyone with information on this case is encouraged to contact the Allegheny County Police Department at 1-833-ALL-TIPS (833-255-8477).

Allegheny County Police announced the arrest of another suspect responsible for multiple sexual assaults against numerous children, toddlers and toddlers on Saturday.

Sydney Brooks, 25, of Homewood, was taken into custody Friday. Brooks was charged with 38 crimes.

According to police, Brooks teamed up with Devaughante J. Law Sr., 27, to commit the assaults and record the sexual acts.

Law was arrested on January 26 after police discovered he was responsible for sexual acts against numerous children, toddlers and young children.

Investigators also said Law recorded the acts and distributed the pictures and videos to others.

Police said some of the child victims had not yet been identified. Detectives have reason to believe there may be more victims and are seeking assistance from the public in identifying children who are known to have had past contact with the law.

According to police, due to the nature of these crimes, potential victims may need medical assistance and / or other social services.

Police said the law was charged with multiple incest cases, involuntary deviant sex, rape, aggravated indecent assault, improper contact with a minor, indecent assault, corruption of a minor, and endangering a child’s well-being.

Anyone with information on this case is encouraged to contact the Allegheny County Police Department at 1-833-ALL-TIPS (833-255-8477).

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