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Man accused of stalking girl since she was 12, sending her lewd videos that included a dog

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Courtesy: Isabella County Sheriff's Department

UNION TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The Isabella County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a man who they say has been stalking a 14-year-old girl since she was 12-years-old and sent her several lewd videos, one of which included a dog.

Police say Glen Timberlake, 27, drove from Mt. Peasant to Austin, Texas to meet the teenager, and that the two had been texting and talking online for the last two years, and that their conversations had become sexual over time.

Police also say that Timberlake sent the girl four separate videos that showed him committing sexual acts upon himself, and that one of the videos included a dog.

According to police, when Timberlake was arrested, he was armed with a knife and told deputies that he had it because he “wanted to get some answers.”

Timberlake is facing several charges including accosting a child, using a computer to accost a minor, using a computer to commit aggravated indecent exposure, and carrying a concealed weapon.

Timberlake is currently at the Isabella County Jail on a $700,000 bond.

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