Pima County man wanted for child porn arrested in Texas - Tucson News Now

Pima County man wanted for child porn arrested in Texas

Brian Foley (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Dept.) Brian Foley (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Dept.)
PIMA COUNTY, AZ ( Tucson News Now) -

A local man suspected of having child pornography on a computer was arrested Saturday in Amarillo, Texas.

Brian Foley, 48, has been charged with four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and is awaiting extradition back to Pima County, according to a media release from the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

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The sheriff's department received information about the alleged child pornography from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Sex crimes detectives executed a search warrant Wednesday at Foley's home on Country Hill Drive and learned Foley had possibly left town, according to the release.

A felony warrant was issued for Foley's arrest and Texas law enforcement agencies assisted. The investigation is ongoing.

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