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E. Texas man on probation back in jail for watching porn

Joseph Weeks. Photo Source: Angelina County Jail. Joseph Weeks. Photo Source: Angelina County Jail.

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Lufkin man convicted of having inappropriate relationships with two underage girls is back in jail after he admitted to watching pornography on a computer.

District Judge Barry Bryan sentenced Joseph Michael Weeks, 19, on Thursday to ten days in the Angelina County Jail.

According to Dustin Fore, a supervisor at Angelina County Probation Department, Weeks' probation officer, Lisa Page, discovered Weeks had a Facebook page. Weeks also admitted to watching pornography on the Internet. As part of his supervision requirements, Weeks is not allowed to use the Internet or view pornography.

Weeks was originally charged with three counts of sexual assault of a child, but pleaded guilty to lesser charges of injury to a child in July, which kept him from having to register as a sex offender.

Hudson Police arrested Weeks in July 2010 after he and a 13-year-old girl got high on cough syrup. The girl said Weeks then forced himself on her at a house in Hudson, even when she told him to stop. Weeks later told police he did have sex with the girl, but that the sex was mutual and he did not force himself on her.

Weeks was out on bond on the charge when he was arrested again, this time by Lufkin Police, in February, following an investigation into a December allegation that he touched a 15-year-old girl in her private area in the theater of Lufkin Mall. The girl then performed oral sex on him in the theater.

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