DeWine: 4 search warrants served in OH for child porn cases - Tucson News Now

Ohio task force cracks down on child pornography

(FOX19) -

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released new information regarding the state's crackdown on child pornography.

On Tuesday, the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (CAC) executed four search warrants throughout Ohio, as part of 'Operation Download'.

DeWine says the individual cases were not connected, but encompassed the same crimes.

Surveillance by the CAC exposed several individuals who were reportedly looking at and sharing child pornography.

According to DeWine, agents simultaneously served the search warrants Tuesday morning at homes in Hamden, Walbridge and Mentor, Ohio.

One person was arrested. Charges are expected to be filed against additional suspects.

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