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Grant County Teacher Accused Of Having Child Pornography

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Updated: 10/31/2013 7:11 pm
Kentucky State Police have arrested a Crittenden County high school teacher after a child pornography investigation.

Police say they received a tip that Blair Winders, 37, was having an innapropriate relationship with a female high school student.

An investigation was launched, and the evidence gathered from it netted a 56-count indictment for Winders from a grand jury.

Winders was arrested at his home on several charges, including possession of child pornography, and sexual abuse in the 1st degree.

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