A Morgantown man is going through federal costs after allegedly failing to replace his intercourse offender registration with West Virginia State Police earlier than touring to Mexico along with his spouse, which is a requirement.
After crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, Scott David Bixler, 42, of Morgantown, and his spouse had been arrested by regulation enforcement in Mexico.
In response to a press launch from U.S. Lawyer William J. Ihlenfeld’s workplace, Mexican authorities situated the couple after studying “Bixler was making an attempt to buy a 7-year-old woman for $5,000,” which led to arrests for each husband and spouse after they had been present in possession of methamphetamine.
The Bixlers had been allegedly in possession of two tranquilizer air weapons and a cellphone sign jammer on the time of the arrest.
It’s unclear what costs the couple could also be going through in Mexico; nonetheless, Scott Bixler has been charged in U.S. District Courtroom with failure to replace his intercourse offender registration.
Bixler’s spouse’s identify was not instantly launched.
Assistant U.S. Lawyer Sarah Wagner is prosecuting the case that was investigated by The Federal Bureau of Investigations, United States Marshals Service and the West Virginia State Police.