Alleged Facebook predator pleads not guilty - Tucson News Now

Alleged Facebook predator pleads not guilty

Alan Anthony Dallman Jr. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department) Alan Anthony Dallman Jr. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A man accused of sending sexually explicit videos and pictures to minors entered a plea of not guilty in Pima County Superior Court on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 21.

Many Tucson News Now viewers alerted the station about Alan Anthony Dallman Jr., as well as sent screenshots of crude Facebook posts he allegedly posted about having sex with 13-year-old girls. 

[READ: Authorities: Community help leads to arrest of alleged Facebook predator]

Dallman, 28, was indicted on three counts of furnishing harmful items to minors over the internet. 

He is currently being held at the Pima County Jail on a $100,000 bond.

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According to search warrants, a girl told police Dallman sent her a video of him touching himself. 

They also received many tips about Dallman's post online about having sex with young girls. 

[READ: Documents: Alleged Facebook predator sent masturbation video to teen]

Some parents of middle school students said they don’t allow their children on Facebook because they fear something like this may happen to them.

“They don’t have Facebook, I don’t allow them to have that because it is so beyond control you can’t watch everything that they do, but what we do is monitor exactly what they are looking at,” said Gene Romero, a parent.

Romero said he also talks to his daughters regularly to make sure they understand what could happen if they talk to someone they don’t know.

“‘How do you know them, do they go to your school? They start thinking about these things and they start thinking this could be an individual or individuals that are trying to contact them and meet them somewhere to do something they shouldn’t,” he said.

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