A man jailed for molesting his stepdaughter at their home in Griswold now faces more charges. When a fire at the family home killed two children, investigators zeroed in on 17-year-old Tracey Dyess. She admitted setting the fatal blaze, and told them she’d hoped to kill her mother’s husband, Brian Street. She directed police to a safe in the burned-out home where they reportedly found sexually explicit photographs of her. Those pictures were the evidence used to charge her stepfather Brian Street with child pornography. His trial was set to begin Monday but this week a federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment and the added charges against Street include travel with intent to engage in sex with a juvenile, and enticing another minor to pose for porn.
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