Felony warrant issued for Ponca City resident

Ponca City Now - May 16, 2014 5:02 pm

A felony warrant was issued this afternoon for the arrest of Ponca City resident Tony Norman Taylor, age 30. He faces charges of possession of child pornography with a $25,000 bond. The investigation continues and there may be additional charges added.

“Yesterday we sent a photograph to our local media asking that the male in the picture be identified. In turn his picture was posted on social media sites and shared many times. Within two hours, we received 11 Crime Stoppers calls identifying him. We thank the public for their assistance” says Ponca City Police Department Detective Division Captain Randy Tyner.

Anyone wishing to send an anonymous tip online regarding the whereabouts of Taylor can access the link at www.poncacityok.gov. Click on the Crime stoppers link on the home page, fill out the tip sheet, and send the information or you can text PCPD plus your message to CRIMES (274637) from your cell phone. If you want to contact us by email here is our address: [email protected] if you want to phone in a tip, the number is (580)762-5100. As always, you will remain anonymous, and you may receive a reward of up to $1,000.

The Ponca City Area Crime Stoppers program has been offering rewards to those providing anonymous tips to solve crimes and recover stolen property since 1984. The program is funded only by donations. If you’d like to contribute, please mail donations to the Ponca City Area Crime Stoppers at the Ponca City Chamber of Commerce 420 East Grand, 74601.


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