Jennifer Ortega

About Jennifer Ortega

Reporter and Fill-in Anchor on the weekends. Jennifer Ortega joins our team all the way from South Florida. She's worked for CBS 12 and Hola Tv in West Palm Beach. Although she's a long way from home, she's excited to be a part of the WCBI News Team.

Video: Wanted Macon Man Speaks

MACON, Miss. (WCBI) Deyon Taylor says he will turn himself in to Macon Police Friday. The 32-year old Macon man is wanted on charges of child pornography.

He told WCBI he doesn’t want to go to jail for a crime he says he did not commit.

“I’m not running, I’m not turning myself in because it’s the fact that I have not done this crime and I feel it isn’t right,” said Taylor.

The case broke this week. 18-year old Jeremiah Davis is charged with 1 count of sexual battery and 2 counts of enticement of a minor.Taylor is wanted by the Macon Police in connection with the crime.

“It’s still open and it’s still on going and we have two adults charged in this crime. We have Jeremiah Davis in custody and we’re currently looking for Deyon Taylor,” said Chief Lucious Mason.

Today, Taylor called WCBI to explain why he has not turned himself in to authorities.

“They talking about I took the picture because I hang with him, they feel if I hang with him they feel I know everything about what he does. I don’t care about dealing with a child, all I do is ride with Jeremiah, when he goes to see his friend, all I do is ride,” added Taylor.

Taylor says he did not take any pictures of the victim. He also insists he did not post any pictures using social media.

“I don’t have a Facebook page at all and I don’t need to post nothing on Facebook when everybody in the world knows what’s going on. Everyone in this town knows what’s going on,” said Taylor.

Friday, Taylor says he will sit down one on one with an investigator, discuss the case, and then face the charges at the police station.