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Two Southport men charged for sexual exploitation of a minor

(Source: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office)
(Willie Anderson Dock, Source: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office) (Willie Anderson Dock, Source: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office)
Travis Lashawn Siler, Source: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office) Travis Lashawn Siler, Source: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office)

BRUNSWICK COUNTY,  NC (WMBF) - Detectives from the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office arrested two Southport men on several charges including sexual exploitation of a minor. 

Willie Anderson Dock, Jr., 70, of Cherry Road, Southport, has been charged with human trafficking of an adult victim, human trafficking of a child victim, sexual servitude of an adult victim, sexual servitude of a child victim, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, and seven counts of first degree sexual exploitation of a minor.  

According to the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, Dock was charged Thursday night at the Brunswick County Detention Facility where he has been since December 30, 2015 for various drug charges including possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver heroin.  Dock’s bond was increased by $1 million making his total bond for all charges $2,010,000. Dock remains in the Brunswick County Detention Facility.

Also arrested was Travis LaShawn Siler, 27, of Cherry Road in Southport.  Siler has been charged with two counts of third degree sexual exploitation of a minor.  Siler was also served late this afternoon at the Brunswick County Detention Facility where he has been since December 30, 2015 for drug charges including trafficking heroin.  Siler’s bond was also increased by $1 million making his total bond $1,117,173.  Siler remains at the Brunswick County Detention Facility.

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