Police in New Hampshire charged a 51-year-old Manchester man Friday after allegedly discovering “hundreds of kid sexual abuse photos” on his digital units.
Manchester police stated in a press launch that they started investigating Leroy Simond II in late September after receiving a tip from Harmony police that Simond was allegedly in possession of kid sexual abuse photos.
Throughout the investigation, police executed a search warrant at Simond’s residence. There, police stated, they seized a number of digital units that allegedly contained “hundreds of kid sexual abuse photos.”
Police arrested Simond on Oct. 23 and charged him with 10 counts of possession of kid sexual abuse photos. On Friday, he was additional charged with 10 counts of distribution of kid sexual abuse photos.
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