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Documents: Alleged Facebook predator sent masturbation video to teen

Alan Anthony Dallman, Jr. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department) Alan Anthony Dallman, Jr. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
The Pima County Sheriff's Department released this sketch of the suspect from a stranger-danger incident near Pistor Middle School on Tuesday, April 19.   Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department) The Pima County Sheriff's Department released this sketch of the suspect from a stranger-danger incident near Pistor Middle School on Tuesday, April 19. Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
One of the Facebook posts allegedly made by Alan Anthony Dallman Jr. (Source: Facebook) One of the Facebook posts allegedly made by Alan Anthony Dallman Jr. (Source: Facebook)
A Facebook post allegedly made by Alan Anthony Dallman Jr. (Source: Facebook) A Facebook post allegedly made by Alan Anthony Dallman Jr. (Source: Facebook)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima County man accused of sending disturbing and inappropriate Facebook messages to young girls has been indicted.

Alan Anthony Dallman Jr., 28, was arrested earlier this month after several members of the community contacted authorities about posts that appeared to be made by Dallman.

MOBILE USERS: The KOLD News 13 mugshots of the month are available HERE.

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, Dallman was indicted on three counts of furnishing harmful items to minors over the internet.

Tucson News Now went to Dallman's home to speak with his family.

"No comment," a man said from the home. "Do you understand the pressure my family is under right now? It's his fault. It's not my wife's fault and it's not my fault, so no comment."

According to court documents, a young girl said Dallman sent her a video of him masturbating in November 2015. The girl said she was 15 years old at that time. The indictment claims Dallman sent a video to another minor and sent a photo to a third child.

Court documents reveal that suspicions about Dallman began in May when someone reported him to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

The caller said Dallman was sitting in the parking lot at Pistor Middle School "looking at children."

That report came a month after a stranger-danger incident near the school.

Detectives with the PCSD said a man tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his car on April 19.

The suspect was described as a Hispanic man in his 20s. A man fitting that description allegedly exposed himself to a 15-year-old girl approximately a month earlier at near the intersection of South Camino Verde and West Drexel Road.

Authorities have not said if Dallman is a suspect in the stranger-danger incident and flashing.

When Dallman's Facebook posts first surfaced, the community also reached out to Tucson News Now. We found several Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts apparently operated by Dallman.

As of Thursday, Sept. 15, all but one of the Facebook accounts have been deleted or suspended. His two Twitter accounts, which can been viewed HERE and HERE, along with his two Instagram accounts, HERE and HERE, are still active.

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