Bostic Charged After Friend Found Computer File Showing Him Having Sex With 14-Year-Old

Sunday, January 13, 2013
Terrance Lebron Bostic
Terrance Lebron Bostic

Terrance Lebron Bostic is facing aggravated statutory rape and other charges after an acquaintance found images of him with a 14-year-old boy on a computer drive.

Bostic, 33, of 2187 E. 37th St., is also charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, sexual exploitation of a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Christopher Hall said he was hanging around with Bostic when he started looking for music and found a silver USB drive with a Tennessee Titans logo on it. It was found on Bostic's computer table.

He said when he opened the file he saw images of a white male in various poses with his rear showing and his shirt off.

When he opened other files, he said he found images of Bostic having sex with the youth.

He advised he knew where the boy's mother worked.

The mother was shown the images and confirmed it was her son with Bostic.

During a search warrant, police took his computer, digital media, drug paraphernalia and two cellphones.

Police said Bostic admitted to smoking marijuana with the youth and said he had sex with him on one occasion. 


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