A 46-year-old Baton Rouge man booked last week on child porn counts allegedly told a confidential informant he wanted to kidnap a 5- to 6-year-old girl and make her his sex slave, a federal criminal complaint alleges.
Pierre A. Moosebroker Jr. is charged in the complaint, filed Monday in Baton Rouge federal court, with possession of child pornography.
Moosebroker is being held in Parish Prison on 17 counts of pornography involving a juvenile. He was arrested Friday following a search of his Sarah Avenue home.
Authorities said they found child porn images on his computer. The images included children under 13 performing sexual acts, an East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office report states.
A federal criminal complaint says a confidential informant provided the FBI with two portable electronic voice recorders that captured Moosebroker describing “his desire and intention to kidnap a young female child and secure her in a room or structure that she cannot leave.”
The complaint, signed by FBI Special Agent Stephen J. Soli Jr., says Moosebroker also is heard describing his desire to force a female child to perform oral sex on him.
“The (confidential informant) reported to the FBI that these recordings are representative of other statements that Moosebroker has made to the (informant) in recent days about his intention to kidnap a five to six year old girl and make her a sexual slave,” Soli writes in the complaint.
Moosebroker also told the informant “he is interested in knowing where young female children are and if they are unattended,” the agent states.
It was not clear Wednesday whether Moosebroker has hired an attorney.
Moosebroker has a manslaughter conviction and served time at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola for that crime.
State Department of Public Safety and Corrections spokeswoman Pam Laborde said Moosebroker was moved from Allen Correctional Center to Angola in July 1991 and was discharged to supervision in January 1999. He was still on supervision when he fled in June 2002, she said.
Moosebroker was arrested and brought back to Louisiana in November 2002. He was convicted of unauthorized entry when he came back and was incarcerated until January 2008, then released to supervision and fully released in November 2012, Laborde said.