An Erath County grand jury has indicted 14 individuals including a Stephenville man for possession with intent to promote child pornography; a second degree felony.

Rickie Allen Osborn, 52, a registered sex offender, was arrested by Stephenville Police in October 2016.

“He was being investigated for distribution of child pornography and during the investigation was arrested for possession of a controlled substance,” Chief Jason King said in a previous interview. 

After seizing Osborn’s computer and other devices, King said they went back and filed the pornography distribution charge. 

Osborn was convicted back in 2006 for online solicitation of a minor and as a result was sentenced to 60 months in a federal prison and required to register as a sex offender for life. 

Osborn was arrested another time in 2012 for a parole violation and is currently being held in the Erath County Jail on a combined bond of $60,000.

Others indicted include:

Edward Darrell Anderson, 60, for obstruction or retaliation; a third degree felony.

Jeffery Don Champion, 30, for two counts of theft of a firearm and forgery; all state jail felonies.

Bridget Elizabeth Coker, 34, for assault family violence by occlusion; a third degree felony.

Joshua Allen Daniel, 28, for burglary of a habitation; a second degree felony.

Carlos Aguilar Hernandez, 36, for driving while intoxicated, third or more; a third degree felony.

Casey Dale Hinds, 32, for misapplication of construction trust funds; a third degree felony.

Stacy Fiscus-Hinds, 29, for misapplication of construction trust funds; a third degree felony.

Kenneth Ray Jackson, 43, for burglary of a habitation and unlawful possession of a firearm; a second and third degree felony.

Joe Paul Martinez, 33, for sexual assault of a child; a second degree felony.

Tyler Lee Pittman, 23, for three counts of delivery of marijuana, five pounds or less but more than one-fourth ounce; state jail felonies.

Timoteo Rios, 24, for possession of a substance in penalty group one, four grams or more but less than 200 grams; a second degree felony.

Juan Antonio Sauceda, 56, for theft, less than $2,500 with two prior convictions; a state jail felony.

Bree Christine Stephens, 27, for forgery by passing; a state jail felony.