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Chief Deputy Zack Orr of the Pike County Sheriff’s Department (PCSD) arrested Scott E. Bricking, 51, of Nebo on the following offenses: violation of the Illinois sex offender registration act, obstructing justice and filing a false police report. The arrest occurred Jan. 13.
The investigation began Jan. 9, when Bricking came to the Pike County Sheriff’s Department to report his involvement in a crime. The Pike County Sheriff’s Department conducted an investigation into the crime that Bricking had reported and found no evidence supporting the crime that had occurred.
On Jan. 13, the PCSD conducted a follow-up interview with Bricking. During this interview, Bricking admitted to lying about the crime which he reported. Additional information was obtained from Bricking regarding a violation of the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act.
Bricking was arrested and lodged in the Pike County Jail on the charges.