Miller County Sheriff's Department detectives, with the assistance of the School of the Osage Resource Officer, investigated a complaint Oct. 19 of burglary and attempted statutory sodomy of a 14-year-old female. Then in a separate case on Oct. 24, deputies took a complaint of enticement of a child and statutory sodomy.

Two Brumley men have been charged in separate cases for sexual contact with minor females.

A 22-year-old Brumley man has been charged with rape, sodomy and burglary allegedly involving two teenagers.

Miller County Sheriff's Department detectives, with the assistance of the School of the Osage Resource Officer, investigated a complaint Oct. 19 of burglary and attempted statutory sodomy of a 14-year-old female. Through further investigation, evidence was discovered via social media that the suspect, Dillon Hale, 22, was also engaging in sexual contact with a 13-year-old female.

Detectives and the SOTO Resource Officer interviewed Hale on the allegations of sending and receiving sexual photos, engaging in sexual intercourse and engaging in deviant sexual contact with the 13-year-old-victim.

Hale has been charged with first-degree degree burglary, statutory rape in the first degree and statutory sodomy in the first degree and is currently being held at the Miller County Jail in lieu of a $200,000 bond.

The Miller County Sheriff's Office was assisted by Kids' Harbor and the Missouri State Technical Assistance Team (STAT).

Then on Oct. 24, Miller County deputies took a complaint of enticement of a child and statutory sodomy. Detectives investigated the complaint and discovered that Trentyn Greschner, 26, of Brumley, was soliciting sexual contact from a 13-year-old female victim via text messages.

Detectives interviewed Greschner on the allegations of soliciting sexual contact and engaging in deviate sexual contact with that victim.

Greschner was charged by the Miller County prosecutor with enticement of a child and is currently being held in the Miller County Jail in lieu of a $50,000 bond, with additional charges to be filed at a later date.

The Miller County Sheriff's Office was assisted by Kids' Harbor.