HCSO: Man Charged With Second Case Of Indecency With A Child

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Anthony Tang (Photo Credit: HCSO)

Anthony Tang (Photo Credit: HCSO)

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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) The Harris County Sheriff’s Office thanked members of the media and the public for their most recent arrest of a man charged with a second case of indecency with a child.

Thirty-eight-year-old Anthony Tang was re-arrested and faces another charge of indecency with a child. According to HCSO officials, Tang, a former employee of Camp Katy Technology Camp, interacted with many youths and was jailed for improper conduct with one child. HCSO investigators urged any additional victims to call investigators at 713-830-3250 or Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS and an additional victim did such.

“Tang originally was jailed last week on charges of sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child as the result of crimes that took place two years ago. The victim, now 16, came forward in the last few months,” stated HCSO officials. ” As a result of publicity about that case, which included the Sheriff’s Office’s public distribution of Tang’s jail mug shot, the second victim, 15, came forward. Tang now faces two additional charges of indecency with a child.”

Tang who had posted bond and was released from jail after the initial charges were filed, was re-arrested Friday after the new charges were filed.

“We appreciate the invaluable assistance of the news media and the public in helping to bring victims forward in such a sensitive situation,” Sheriff Adrian Garcia said in a statement. “This investigation continues, so we still need assistance. Keeping Harris County safe is a job that can only be done with a partnership between the Sheriff’s Office and the people we serve.”

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