OKC Man Receives 25 Felony Charges in Beckham County

September 27, 2021

By News Director Jared Atha

An Oklahoma City man wanted in Beckham County after having multiple protective order violation charges levied against him has been arrested.

After his arrest, it was discovered that the man was also wanted in Oklahoma County after being charged with being in possession of child pornography.

According to court records, 43-year-old Phillip Edward Biggs was arrested by Elk City authorities in Oklahoma City while serving a search warrant on Biggs home in Oklahoma City on September 14. The court document stated that Biggs received 25 felony counts of violation of a protective order after he allegedly setup a fake account on social media and contacted the victim or contacted the victim’s family on 25 separate occasions dating back to May 2021.

After his arrest, it was discovered that Biggs was also wanted in Oklahoma County after being charged on September 22 with one felony count of possession of obscene material involving the participation of a minor under the age of 18.

Bond for Biggs was set at $125,000 by a Beckham County Judge, and he has been ordered to have no contact with the victim.

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