LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY)– A Natchitoches man working in Acadiana is in jail for charges relating to computer-aided solicitation of a minor following a State Police investigation.
According to a news release, in Oct. 2016, Detectives with the State Police Special Victims Unit in Alexandria received information indicating that a Kory Wilson, 44, communicated with a juvenile in a sexually explicit manner. The information stated that Wilson also shared images containing explicit material.
Detectives said during the investigation they learned that Wilson used an electronic device to solicit a juvenile for sexual purposes.
An arrest warrant was obtained for Wilson based on the investigation and Troopers said they learned that Wilson was working and living at his place of employment in Acadiana.
Wilson was arrested on Nov. 1 by Louisiana State Police and with the assistance from the Department of Homeland Security at his job.
Wilson was booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center Jail and he was charged with Indecent behavior with a juvenile, computer-aided solicitation of a minor, and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
The case remains under investigation.