BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) - The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office arrested two men for sex crimes.
Dustin Kent was released Wednesday on $10,000 bond and Randall Wood is being held on no bond.
The two suspects are Wood, 42, of Tennessee, and Kent, 36, of Mobile. Wood is charged with sexual abuse, sodomy and incest. Kent is charged with sodomy and rape.
"I cannot get into the investigation cause we have several suspects were looking at," said Baldwin County Sheriff's Office Captain Steve Arthur. "These arrests could roll over into Mobile County. We're talking to some authorities there."
Captain Arthur said both men are cousins of the missing Mobile County teen, Brittney Wood.
"We don't know if there's any involvement with her missing at this point. We're looking into aspects of that," said Captain Arthur.
Captain Arthur said the juvenile victim in this case contacted the sheriff's office. Investigators called one of the men she accused in for questioning, and officials said the suspect confessed.
"The age of this juvenile along with the circumstances surrounding it make it a heinous crime," said Captain Arthur.
Arthur said the suspect who confessed gave them the name of the second suspect in this case.
"I think that once our investigation is completed and all the individuals are brought to arrest, I'll give you more detail, but I think you'll understand just how serious a crime it is," said Captain Arthur.
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