Tiger Truck Stop worker accused of indecent behavior with boy
MARINGOUIN - Sheriff's deputies said a Tiger Truck Stop worker surrendered to an arrest warrant Tuesday of charges he had inappropriate behavior with an underage boy.
Deputies charged Scott Holbrook, 60, with indecent behavior, computer aided solicitation, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Investigators said on Sept. 2 detectives with the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office were told by the 16-year-old boy's father he found inappropriate text messages on his child's phone. Detectives said Holbrook and the teen, who worked at the truck stop, had been talking back and forth for about four weeks.
Detectives obtained the arrest warrant and said Holbrook surrendered with his attorney Tuesday.
Michael Sandlin, who owns the truck stop, told News 2 Holbrook resigned on Sept. 3 and is no longer employed by the business.
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