Brice Gage Watkins Is Wanted By Police For Sexually Assaulting A 6-Month Old

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Brice Gage Watkins Is Wanted By Police For Sexually Assaulting A 6-Month Old

Police are seeking help in locating him after he filmed himself sexually assaulting a baby and distributed the clip online.

If there is a crime more heinous than sexually assaulting a baby, I don't want to know what it is.

The U.S. Marshals Service, along with officers from Oklahoma City and Enid police departments, are looking for a man accused of sexually assaulting a 6-month-old baby.

Investigators allege that Brice Gage Watkins assaulted the child, recorded it, and then distributed it on social media. Watkins is currently wanted on a charge of distribution of child pornography.

If you have any information regarding the immediate whereabouts of Brice call 911. He could be in OKC and has ties to Norman and Enid.

Watkins, age 22, is still at large, and in addition to the Distribution of Child Pornography charges, On August 28, 2020, additional charges of Manufacturing Child Pornography and 3 counts of Lewd Acts With a Child Under 12 were added.

Police believed they had apprehended Watkins on August 17, 2020, however the subject they arrested was ultimately identified as someone other than Watkins. Brice Gage Watkins remains at large.

His Facebook page shows that Watkins comes from Enid and currently resides in Oklahoma City.

Enid News & Eagle obtained an affidavit that was filed in the case against Watkins which stated that on August 11, 20202, a woman contacted Norman Police Department after receiving videos of Watkins molesting a small child. The woman told NPD Sgt. Adam Crane, she recognized the child in the video and also recognized the house in the video Watkins sent. The woman said the house was where the child lived was located in Enid and that the child had turned 1 in June.

Anyone with information can submit a tip anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at (580) 233-6233, going to the website at https://www.enid.org/services/police or texting 847411, typing EPDTIP and then a message in the text box or using the app Enid PD.

Tipsters will not be required to testify nor identified. Those with information leading to an arrest or prosecution of a crime could earn a reward of up to $1,000.

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