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New Details: Child sex predator wanted for alleged rape of child arrested in Macon County  | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


NOTASULGA, Ala. (WRBL) – We have new details on the arrest of a Dothan man wanted for the alleged sodomy and rape of a young child in Dale County, Alabama. Bryan Lecuyer, 33, was taken into custody over the weekend after a multi-agency manhunt, as Notasulga residents helped investigators track down the convicted sex offender through a heavily wooded area.

“Individuals like Lecuyer, who wish to prey on young children, have no place in our society. He is a convicted sex offender, so this wasn’t his first time victimizing a young child, but I pray that it’s his last. I applaud the efforts of those in law enforcement who made it their mission this weekend to put him back behind bars where he belongs,” said Sheriff Bynum.


Investigators told WRBL that the incident began on Tuesday, May 31, when Ozark-Dale County E911 received a call from a Level Plains resident who described seeing sexual contact involving Lecuyer and a young child, under the age of 10, in the back of Lecuyer’s vehicle.

“Prior to the arrival of Level Plains Police, the suspect, a registered sex offender and federal supervised release inmate, fled the scene in his vehicle,” said Sheriff Bynum.

A BOLO was issued for Lecuyer. Shortly after 10 p.m., an Auburn police officer spotted the suspect’s vehicle abandoned at the South College Street Walmart. DCSO investigators responded to Auburn.

Two days later, on Sunday, June 2, Notasulga homeowners saw a man walking on private property near Tuskegee National Forest and notified local law enforcement.

The Macon County Sheriff, ALEA’s Aviation Unit, SBI, and DOC K9 teams tracked the suspect for four miles before taking him into custody in a wooded area off County Road 57 in Macon County.

“The collaboration exemplifies the dedication and professionalism of law enforcement agencies working together to ensure the safety and security of our communities,” said Sheriff Andre Brunson.

Lecuyer will be booked into the Dale County Jail and charged with first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy.

“I would like to thank Sheriff Andre Brunson and the members of the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, DOC K9 teams and ALEA, Auburn Police, Lee County Sheriff, and residents for their assistance,” said Sheriff Bynum.

According to criminal records, Lecuyer is a registered sex offender. In 2012, he was convicted of attempting to entice a child for immoral purposes.



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