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story.lead_photo.caption Leslie Sessions and Derek Calloway - Photo by Craighead County sheriff's office

A trial date has been set for two northeast Arkansas residents accused of producing videos of “hard-core sexual conduct” in public places, records show.

Trumann residents Leslie Sessions, 30, and Derek Calloway, 37, will each appear for jury trial Sept. 24-28, according to an order in Craighead County Circuit Court. A Sept. 17 plea deadline is also set.

Each face three counts of public display of hard-core sexual conduct; three counts of sale, possession or distribution of obscene film; and three counts of promoting obscene performance.

Police say Sessions and Calloway are believed to have filmed sex acts in Jonesboro at a restaurant, in the parking lot of a home improvement store, at a nature center and at a park.

Sessions fondled herself at various places, including at the restaurant as other patrons were dining and walking past her, according to the affidavit.

The pair, arrested in July, also “promoted the video recordings on various social media sites,” according to authorities.


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  • MaxCady
    May 24, 2018 at 3:52 p.m.

    I'd have to see the evidence before I could pass judgement on what is obscene.

    May 24, 2018 at 9:53 p.m.

    Gasp, Sex, Hard Core in Arkansas, Wow, This IS a state where the Preacher does not take his coat off during his visits, and here we have Blalant Sex Acts. Sounds like a One Person Sex show, so Sad, kinda like what one would expect from the trumpet man, One man sex show, and we know who is getting screwed here too, If you don't know already, then you are the Patsy

  • hurricane46
    May 25, 2018 at 10:42 a.m.

    Where can I sign up to be on the jury? LOL

  • HarleyOwner
    May 25, 2018 at 10:52 a.m.

    You mean it's illegal to own a sex video in Arkansas? If mere possession of one is illegal, then there are a lot of guilty folks in Arkansas.