New York State Police Crackdown On Child Pornography With Three Arrests

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JAMESTOWN – New York State Police investigators are cracking down on child pornography with three separate arrests over the past few weeks.

In September, 43-year-old Dunkirk resident Joseph Campbell was charged with ten counts of possessing obscene sexual performance by a child.

Police say their Computer Crime Unit allegedly found hundreds of images and videos of child pornography on his computer.

Meanwhile, 42-year-old Jamestown man Amos Wright was charged with 15 counts of possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child.

Likewise, it is alleged that thousands of images and videos of child pornography was located within Wright’s electronic devices.

Finally, just last week, police charged 53-year-old Jamestown man Kevin Caffoe with eight counts possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child after he allegedly uploaded child pornography to his Skype account.

Investigators allegedly found eight images of child pornography. However, unlike the other two suspects police allege Caffoe also chatted online with an underage female.


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