Two people who are wanted on exploitation charges involving children have been caught in Maine.

What Were the Two People Wanted For?

Casey Mumford, 40, and his 38-year-old wife Elizabeth Mumford, both from Norman, Oklahoma are wanted in their home state on several felony charges, including sexual exploitation of a minor, sexual abuse of a minor, manufacturing child pornography, enabling child sexual abuse, and child neglect.

Where Were They Arrested in Maine?

It was approximately 3:30 Monday afternoon when Maine State Police obtained information that led them to believe two fugitives wanted in Oklahoma were traveling through Maine in a tractor-trailer. Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson Shannon Moss says Troopers with the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Unit and Southern Field Troop learned that the married couple was in a truck owned by Semi Transport, Inc of Chicago, Illinois, which is the company that employed them.

The investigation into the couple's whereabouts led police to 400 Killick Pond Road in Hollis. Troopers located Casey and Elizabeth Mumford and arrested them without incident. They are currently being held in York County Jail, charged with being a fugitive from justice and waiting arraignment and extradition to Oklahoma.

Did the Couple's Employer Know About the Charges?

Officials say it's important to note that Semi Transport Inc of Chicago was unaware of the pending charges against the couple and was fully cooperative with the investigation. The Maine State Police worked with the Western District of Oklahoma, the U.S. Marshals Service, and the Maine Violent Offender Task Force to located and arrest the Mumfords.

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