Convicted killer accused of possession of child pornography
A man found guilty of killing his wife during a meth-fueled incident that included an attempted exorcism received a new allegation of having child pornography on his cellphone.
Brandon Wayne Harris, 51, received a felony charge Monday in Comanche County District Court for possession of juvenile pornography, according to court records. He faces up to 100 years in prison for the charge due to his four prior felony convictions.
Harris was found guilty on Friday of killing his wife of eight years, Heather Harris, 43, during a continually escalating night of calamity in February 2018. She died from asphyxia due to strangulation, according to the state Medical Examiner. He also was found guilty of possession of a half-ounce of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. The jury recommended he serve life in prison for each count.
According to the latest filing, Harris’ cellphone was confiscated during the murder investigation and, following a data extraction, investigators found “multiple photos of juvenile underage females in the 10- to 16-year range of age” engaged in sexually explicit activity.