A former supervisor for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has been sentenced to eight consecutive life terms and an additional 15 years. Charles McMullen was first arrested in November 2016 after an 8-year boy told investigators that McMullen had been touching him inappropriately on a frequent basis. Three additional victims came forward after seeing McMullen in the news. McMullen investigated similar cases during his five-year employment with the FDLE. He previously worked as Chief of the Cybercrimes Unit for then-Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum and for the Escambia County Alabama Sheriff’s Office.