The Liberty Township mom who was sentenced to probation in August of 2018 for leaving her young child home alone while she took a Lyft to get alcohol is now in more trouble. She and an Austintown man she had a relationship with are facing federal child pornography charges.

A criminal complaint filed in federal court this week details a graphic exchange of child pornography between Candis Wynn and Daniel Parker, both 32 years old. The two are now charged with receipt and distribution of sexually explicit material involving minors and sexual exploitation of children.

According to the affidavit, the investigation began in early January. Google tipped off the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, which passed the information on to law enforcement in Trumbull County.

Police said further investigation revealed the images were coming from Wynn’s phone and Gmail account. Police said the videos — recorded on Dec. 12, 2018 — were sexually graphic and involved an adult male having sexual intercourse with a prepubescent female. In all, there were four images and three videos exchanged.

That led to a search of Wynn’s home on Lucretia Drive in Liberty.

Her now 3-year-old daughter was home at the time and is currently in the care of other family members.

“We did take devices from the residence, along with other physical evidence that I can’t talk about right now,” said Liberty Police Capt. Ray Buhala.

One of those items seized during the search was Wynn’s cell phone. Investigators said they found child pornography on it.

A forensic review revealed Wynn sent Parker the explicit images and videos at his request, and Parker sent her other child pornography, too.

Police later obtained a warrant to search Parker at CCA on Market Street in Youngstown. He previously served time on weapons charges.

During the search, investigators took items, including two cell phones that are still being analyzed.

“We can’t release a lot of details because there still could be other potential victims out there that we’re investigating and some more charges that could be coming forward,” Buhala said.

Both Wynn and Parker are due in federal court on February 26.

Last August, Wynn was sentenced to probation for going on an alcohol run while leaving her then 2-year-old daughter home alone. Police said she was dropped off by a Lyft driver and she had a bag with four 24-ounce cans of Steel Reserve malt liquor when she returned home.