Derick Hundley, 29, 153 Hawthorne St., Dyersburg, Tenn., was taken into custody by the TBI around 12:30 a.m. on Saturday and charged with one count of aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.
TBI spokesperson Kristin Helm said she could not go into detail about the case at this time, but did confirm federal authorities were involved.
"This is a state charge, but the investigation is ongoing and TBI is working with the FBI on this case," stated Helm.
Hundley is the constable of District H in Dyer County and is a former officer with the Halls Police Department.
Hundley appeared for arraignment in Dyer County General Sessions Court on Monday morning and was issued a $250,000 bond by Judge Jason Hudson. Hundley is currently being housed in the Obion County Jail.
Tennessee law describes aggravated sexual exploitation as when a person knowingly promotes, sells, distributes, transports, purchases or exchanges material, or possess with the intent to promote, sell, distribute, transport, purchase or exchange material, that includes a minor engaged in a sexual activity or a simulated sexual activity that is patently offensive.