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Child porn arrest

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A Chillicothe man is behind bars, accused of collecting massive amounts of child pornography and state authorities say some of the victims may be local children.

Agents with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation arrested William Noble at his home on North Pohlman Road in Chillicothe Tuesday after they found pictures and videos on computers at his home.

“We are asking parents in Chillicothe to talk with their children and find out if they have had any contact with this suspect,” said Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.

Agents with the BCI arrested William Noble, 48, after a six-month investigation.

An initial review of seized computers and other media devices indicates Noble may possess hundreds of photos and videos, DeWine said.

Noble is in the Ross County Jail on eight charges of pandering obscenity involving a minor.

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