BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) - Dustin Kent has been arrested for a second time by the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office, charged with sex crimes on a second victim.
Kent is the uncle of missing Mobile teen Brittney Wood.
He faces rape, incest and sodomy charges.
His arrest came one day after Wood's brother, Derek, was arrested for rape and sodomy.
In June, another of Wood's uncles was also arrested for sexual abuse, sodomy, and incest.
However, does this sex crime investigation have anything to do with the missing teen?
"She is not the victim in our sex abuse case, and our case has been going on much longer than the missing persons report that was filed with Mobile Police on Brittney Wood," said Major Anthony Lowery with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office.
Wood has been missing since late May. Mobile police continue to list Wood as a missing person.
The investigation into the sex crimes continues.
"Not all the people we're looking at were family members. It's unfortunate but our victims were preyed upon by several different individuals, three of which happen to be related," Lowery said.
Deputies said they anticipate at least two more arrests.
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