OCTOBER 28, 2020 (KEARNEY, NEB.) — Investigators with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP), working with the Fairbury Police Department, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), have arrested a Kansas man following an investigation into reports of child enticement.
The collaborative investigation culminated in the arrest of Bradley Burris, 24. Burris was arrested by NSP Troopers Tuesday in Wood River.
The investigation began with a report to the Fairbury Police Department. During the course of the investigation, NSP, KBI, and several other agencies became involved. Investigators obtained search warrants for social media accounts connected to Burris, and discovered multiple sexually explicit videos involving a juvenile.
Burris was lodged in Buffalo County Jail for two counts of enticement of a child by electronic communication device. The investigation remains ongoing.
The Fairbury Police Department, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Nuckolls County Sheriff’s Office, Republic County (KS) Sheriff’s Office, Cloud County (KS) Sheriff’s Office, Concordia (KS) Police Department, Kansas Bureau of Investigation, and Nebraska State Patrol have assisted in this investigation.