Tulsa man arrested on child porn charges

Bryan Lancaster

TULSA, Okla. — Agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Internet Crimes Against Children Unit have arrested a Tulsa man on several complaints related to child pornography.

Bryan Lancaster, 45, is accused of soliciting at least one young girl and exposing himself via computer images on two occasions.

Tuesday morning OSBI agents along with Tulsa Police Officers served Lancaster a search warrant and seized several computers, cell phones and a thumb drive from a home in north Tulsa where he was staying with a friend.

Lancaster was arrested on two counts of Soliciting Sexual Communication or Conduct with a Minor by Use of Technology, two counts of Indecent Exposure, one count of Possession of Child Pornography and one count of Violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act. 

According to the OSBI, an undercover agent pretended to be a woman who had been contacted by Lancaster through an online dating service.

The OSBI became concerned after allegations surfaced that Lancaster was trying to build relationships with women who have young daughters.

The OSBI undercover agent posed as both a woman and a pre-teenage girl in order to gather evidence for the case.

Lancaster is currently being held on a $210,000 bond in the Tulsa County Jail.