Boyd County Man Arrested On Child Porn Charges

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Updated: 7/23/2012 5:57 pm
A Boyd County man is behind bars on child pornography charges.

Attorney General Jack Conway says Thomas Sellers, 40, was taken into custody on eight counts of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor Friday.

Sellers pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Monday.

The Ohio Attorney General's office found a computer with pictures of child sexual abuse, then narrowed the owner down to someone living in Boyd County. After that, the Kentucky Attorney General's office took up the case and determined that it belonged to Sellers.

Officials say Sellers was arrested after a search at his Catlettsburg home.
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