The trials for several of Wood's relatives have been pushed back numerous times, which Dixon said has been really frustrating for her office.
"I have to tell you it's one of the biggest frustrations as a prosecutor that we face all the time. In a case of this nature it is more understanding because of the scope. I mean it is such a massive investigation. It went across county lines, it went into different agencies, jurisdictions," she said.
Dixon said the sex abuse investigation only continues to grow and evolve.
Relatives believe the cases will help solve Brittney wood's mysterious disappearance.
"Last I heard there were still continuing to come in - leads- and possible other victims and other things that are being followed up with DHR. Possibly other offenders," said Dixon.
Brittney Wood went missing in May 2012 after she was last seen leaving the Tillman's Corner area with her uncle, Donald Holland.
Holland is believed to be at the center of a child sex ring involving family, friends and their children.
Authorities said he shot and killed himself two days after picking up Brittney Wood.
Following his death and her disappearance, numerous relatives including Brittney's aunt, uncles, brother, and mother were arrested in connection with the child sex ring.
Dixon maintains that her office is ready for trial.
"We have been ready and I told that court that," she said.
The new trials are set for December 2013.
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