John Richard Nash of Anaheim Accused of Being Internet Distributor of Child Pornography
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An investigation in the trading of child pornography on the Internet led to the arrest of an Anaheim man for alleged child pornography possession and distribution.
John Richard Nash pleaded not guilty at his arraignment last week.
The probe was launched on Nov. 11, 2013, by investigators with the Anaheim Police Department, in partnership with the Los Angeles Regional Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Orange County District Attorney's Office.
It resulted in a search warrant being served at Nash's home, where Anaheim Police Lt. Tim Schmidt says a computer containing child pornography was discovered and that it was ready for images to be downloaded.
Nash is due back in court at the North Justice Center in Fullerton on March 28.
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