An Oakwood man is accused of using a hidden cellphone to record a minor changing clothes in a bedroom and having videos of minors “engaged in (sexually) explicit conduct,” said Oakwood Police Investigator Todd Templeton.
Templeton said police received a complaint regarding Travis McCullough, 48, who was accused of possibly taking “inappropriate photos of a juvenile who was an acquaintance of his.”
Investigators obtained search warrants for McCullough’s Google accounts and for his Creekside on Mundy Mill apartment.
“Upon executing those search warrants we discovered McCullough had on two occasions used a hidden cell phone to video record a young juvenile who was changing clothes in a bedroom while visiting his apartment,” Templeton wrote in an email.
Templeton said investigators also found two videos of “at least two minors engaged in (sexually) explicit conduct.”
“We do not believe McCullough was associated with the minors engaged in the sexual explicit conduct or the recording of that video but he was in possession of the video which is illegal to possess,” Templeton said.
McCullough was charged with criminal attempt of sexual exploitation of a child and invasion of privacy.
Police would not release the ages or gender of the alleged victims.
Templeton is asking anybody with information regarding the case or who believes their child could possibly be a victim to contact him at 770-534-2364.