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Man charged with possessing child pornography

A Dublin man is facing 18 charges of possession of child pornography as the result of an investigation by the Virginia State Police and Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.
According to State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker, Clinton C. Quesenberry, 45, of 4878 Lee Highway Court, Lot #26, was arrested Friday after an investigation of Quesenberry was initiated on Oct. 15.
Honaker indicated the Dublin State Police office received information last Wednesday that a computer located at Quesenberry’s residence had been used to access and retrieve child pornography from the Internet. A search warrant was obtained, and a search of the residence resulted in the seizure of computers, computer accessories and illegal narcotics, Honaker said.
Quesenberry is charged with 18 counts of possessing child pornography and additional charges may be forthcoming according to Honaker.
“So far, we have obtained five computers from Quesenberry’s residence, including computer accessories like additional hard drives, CD-ROMS and thumb drives. We have already confirmed that some of the computer accessories contain child pornography, but we are awaiting further examination of the equipment by the Virginia State Police Computer Evidence Recovery Unit in Richmond to determine the extent and content of the material,” Honaker said.
Honaker added, “This is yet another example of why we need to remain diligent and aggressive in addressing the victimization of children in the community. In one sense, we are pleased to have identified and arrested Quesenberry, but at the same time, we are disturbed by what we have found.”

Quesenberry is being held in the New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.
The investigation is being led by Trooper D. M. Reece of the Dublin office.

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Man charged with possessing child pornography

A Dublin man is facing 18 charges of possession of child pornography as the result of an investigation by the Virginia State Police and Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.
According to State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker, Clinton C. Quesenberry, 45, of 4878 Lee Highway Court, Lot #26, was arrested Friday after an investigation of Quesenberry was initiated on Oct. 15.
Honaker indicated the Dublin State Police office received information last Wednesday that a computer located at Quesenberry’s residence had been used to access and retrieve child pornography from the Internet. A search warrant was obtained, and a search of the residence resulted in the seizure of computers, computer accessories and illegal narcotics, Honaker said.
Quesenberry is charged with 18 counts of possessing child pornography and additional charges may be forthcoming according to Honaker.
“So far, we have obtained five computers from Quesenberry’s residence, including computer accessories like additional hard drives, CD-ROMS and thumb drives. We have already confirmed that some of the computer accessories contain child pornography, but we are awaiting further examination of the equipment by the Virginia State Police Computer Evidence Recovery Unit in Richmond to determine the extent and content of the material,” Honaker said.
Honaker added, “This is yet another example of why we need to remain diligent and aggressive in addressing the victimization of children in the community. In one sense, we are pleased to have identified and arrested Quesenberry, but at the same time, we are disturbed by what we have found.”

Quesenberry is being held in the New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.
The investigation is being led by Trooper D. M. Reece of the Dublin office.

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