Ogden was arrested Thursday for allegedly giving a client drugs and sending her inappropriate photos.
Ogden's past could raise questions as to whether he was qualified to work as a Department of Child Services supervisor in the first place.
Ogden received a psychology degree in 2006 from Franklin College, but his work experience included working in the lumber and plumbing business.
Based on his personnel file, he had no experience working with and caring for the welfare of children. His application revealed his two references actually worked for DCS, but both references questioned his youth and inexperience back in 2006.
Still, Indiana's Department of Child Services hired Ogden when he was 23 years old.
In his personnel file, Ogden admitted he was convicted for a 2002 marijuana possession charge, where he served one year probation.
His most recent review revealed his supervisor was concerned about his organizational skills, but concluded that he met his expectations as a case supervisor.
A spokesperson for DCS said the agency is fully cooperating with the investigation and couldn't be reached to answer our questions by deadline.