LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - The East Texas News obtained a police affidavit that said Brian Johnson was taking inappropriate pictures of young children in a local store the day he was arrested. He has now been charged with two additional counts of Improper Photography or Visual Recording.
The first additional count stems from video police obtained from a digital camera where the affidavit said, "Brian takes the camera and kneels down and places the camera under the dress of an approximately nine year old female child exposing her panties..." This incident reportedly occured in a Lufkin Dollar General Store just two days before he was arrested.
In the second count, the police affidavit stated, "Brian takes the camera and kneels down and places the camera underneath the skirt of a white female who appears to be approximately five years of age and video records under her skirt with the camera." The security video from Insta-Cash pawn in Lufkin was taken March 23, the same day Johnson was arrested.
Below the information is broken down into an investigative timeline.
On March 21, 2009 Brian Johnson allegedly took improper pictures of a child in a Dollar General Store off Chestnut that police later obtained.
Two days later, Johnson is caught by a baseball coach allegedly doing lewd acts in front of children at Morris Frank Park.
Security video later obtained by police from Insta-Cash Pawn on Timberland is dated, March 23, 2009 and revealed Johnson recording video underneath a child's skirt.
Later, also on March 23, Johnson is arrested for Indecency with a Child and held in the Angelina County Jail.
On March 26, 2009 Johnson is charged with five additional counts of Indecency with a Child after police served a search warrant and discovered video of Johnson allegedly exposing himself in front of small children in the Lufkin Wal-Mart.
On April 1, 2009 police charged Johnson with two additional counts of Improper Photography or Visual Recording.
The judge that originally set Johnson's bond has now raised it. With the two additional charges, $20,000 for each charge combined with the original charges, his bond now totals $160,000.