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Brehmer should send photos and videos of the murder back in Schilmiller, according to court documents.
Brehmer is charged by first-degree murder after the death of Cynthia "CeeCee" Hoffman. Hoffman died on June 2 near a rural trail of Anchorage. He found a police officer with a duct tape on the Eklutna River near Thunderbird Falls. He was shot behind the head.
On Tuesday, federal prosecutors announced Schilmiller's arrest on child pornography charges. He was charged in the production of visual illustration of minors in sexually explicit behavior and attempted to receive descriptions.
Online court records do not list his attorney who may comment on the case.
In a criminal complaint, FBI Agent Jessica told Hais that Schilmiller had ordered the recording of sexually exploited girls by Brehmer, 18, of Anchorage.
Brehmer is represented by Alaska's public defender office.
Brehmer told police that he and Kayden McIntosh, 16, had joined Hoffman on the popular trail and planned to take pictures of each other tied.
At some point, the police said McIntosh took a shotgun from Brehmer, shot Hoffman and pushed him into the river.
Brehmer and McIntosh went to a park, called Hoffman's family and said they had dropped off the park, the police said. They went to another park and burned Hoffman's wallet and other supplies and the shotgun used, the police said.
McIntosh is charged as an adult with first-degree murder and evolutionary evidence. An adult and male and female youth are charged with conspiracy in the case.
Daily News reported on Saturday that young people told the police that each of them should receive part of Schilmiller's promised reward for their role in killing. In a Brehmer phone search, the police reported the search for explicit images and text messages in Schilmiller discussing them.
Brehmer told the police that he had taken a video of a girl of 8 or 9 and another 15 and was sent to Schilmiller. In interviews, he was referred to as "Tyler" from Kansas.
Hais, part of the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, said in a criminal complaint that investigators identified Tyler as "Schilmiller. Brehmer's text messages show Schilmiller's phone that drives Brehmer how he can combat older women, authorities say.
Chloe Martin, spokeswoman of the federal prosecutor's office in Anchorage, said Schilmiller would be in Alaska.
Information from: Anchorage Daily News, http://www.adn.com