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Child death, porn cases continued

Two prominent cases involving children that were scheduled for court hearings this week have been rescheduled.
According to Pulaski County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, a preliminary hearing for Lisa Michelle Hylton, which was supposed to be held Wednesday has been continued until Jan. 27 at 1:15 p.m.
Hylton, 38, of Pulaski is charged with second-degree murder in the Sept. 30 alleged drug-related death of her three-year-old son.
Police allege Hylton was negligent in failing to obtain medical treatment for the child for a period of 14 hours after he apparently ingested a Schedule II drug. They contend she knew the child ingested the drug.
She is charged with second-degree murder because the alleged neglect resulted in the child’s death.
This Wednesday and Thursday, Clinton C. Quesenberry, 45, of Lee Highway was scheduled to be tried by jury on 152 counts of possession of child pornography. However, according to the state judicial system website, the jury trial has been continued until March 31 to April 1.
Quesenberry was arrested in October 2008 and then indicted in May on 18 counts of possession of child pornography. In July, a grand jury returned 134 more indictments, bringing the total number of charges against him to 152.
Police said the investigation into Quesenberry began in October when the Dublin State Police office received information from the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force that a computer at the Dublin residence was being used to download “large quantities” of child pornography. Police said Quesenberry was identified as the “owner and user” of the computer.
According to First Sergeant Mike Honaker, a search warrant initially revealed eighteen images of child pornography on a computer in Quesenberry’s residence. He noted that a subsequent forensic examination of Quesenberry’s computers and thumb drives produced 134 more pictures, including two videos of small children “engaged in indescribable sexual situations.”

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Child death, porn cases continued

Two prominent cases involving children that were scheduled for court hearings this week have been rescheduled.
According to Pulaski County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, a preliminary hearing for Lisa Michelle Hylton, which was supposed to be held Wednesday has been continued until Jan. 27 at 1:15 p.m.
Hylton, 38, of Pulaski is charged with second-degree murder in the Sept. 30 alleged drug-related death of her three-year-old son.
Police allege Hylton was negligent in failing to obtain medical treatment for the child for a period of 14 hours after he apparently ingested a Schedule II drug. They contend she knew the child ingested the drug.
She is charged with second-degree murder because the alleged neglect resulted in the child’s death.
This Wednesday and Thursday, Clinton C. Quesenberry, 45, of Lee Highway was scheduled to be tried by jury on 152 counts of possession of child pornography. However, according to the state judicial system website, the jury trial has been continued until March 31 to April 1.
Quesenberry was arrested in October 2008 and then indicted in May on 18 counts of possession of child pornography. In July, a grand jury returned 134 more indictments, bringing the total number of charges against him to 152.
Police said the investigation into Quesenberry began in October when the Dublin State Police office received information from the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force that a computer at the Dublin residence was being used to download “large quantities” of child pornography. Police said Quesenberry was identified as the “owner and user” of the computer.
According to First Sergeant Mike Honaker, a search warrant initially revealed eighteen images of child pornography on a computer in Quesenberry’s residence. He noted that a subsequent forensic examination of Quesenberry’s computers and thumb drives produced 134 more pictures, including two videos of small children “engaged in indescribable sexual situations.”

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