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Okla. man sentenced for having child porn

May 2, 2014 in Uncategorized

An Oklahoma man was sentenced Friday for possession of child pornography, U.S. Attorney Tim Purdon said.
Jeremy Eades, 28, was sentenced to 11 years, three months in federal prison for possessing materials depicting the sexual exploitation of minors…continue reading on

Bismarck man sentenced in child pornography case

January 30, 2014 in Uncategorized

A Bismarck man will serve 15 years in a federal prison for receipt of child pornography, according to a press release.

Steve Paul, 59, pleaded guilty to the charge Oct. 23. Judge Danial Hovland ordered the mandatory minimum sentence to be followed…continue reading on

Former prison warden banned from property

July 6, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

BISMARCK (AP) North Dakota’s retired state prison warden will no longer be allowed on Corrections Department property after revelations that he did not inform authorities a decade ago that a State Penitentiary inmate had downloaded child pornography. Continue Reading

Lower Brule man pleads not guilty to child porn charges

January 23, 2012 in The Daily Republic

A Lower Brule man pleaded not guilty to three child pornography charges on Jan. 19. Continue Reading

Dickinson man sentenced for child porn

September 13, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

A judge sentenced a Dickinson man, who had downloaded more than 16,000 images of children being sexually abused, to nine years in prison Monday.
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States wieth relaxing penalties for teen sexting

June 13, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

A congressman who sends an X-rated photo of himself jeopardizes his reputation and his job. But in many states, teens caught doing the same thing can risk felony charges, jail time and being branded sexual offenders. Continue Reading

New N.D. law will require employees to report child porn on workplace computers

May 10, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Employees who see child pornography on a co-worker’s computer will soon be required under law to report it. Continue Reading

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