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Two Delaware Men Arrested On Child Pornography Charges

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DELAWARE - Two men in Delaware have been arrested in two separate child pornography cases.

The Delaware Child Predator Task Force arrested Randy Newman, 24, of Fredericka. Police say during a search of his Erica Avenue home, they found pictures of a nude underage boy, on one of his electronic devices. He was arrested and charged with two counts of dealing in child pornography.

An investigation revealed the boy's identity, which lead to more charges for Newman. He was additionally charged with 4th degree rape, and 2nd degree unlawful sexual contact, and is being held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $23,000 bail.

In a separate incident, the Child Predator Task Force was investigating the distribution of child pornography. That investigation lead them to search a Dover home, on Murfield Court. After analyzing computers taken from the home, officials reportedly found multiple child pornography images.

They arrested Michael McCoy, 49, of Dover. McCoy was charged with 25 counts of dealing in child pornography and is being held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $250,000 bail. The investigations in both cases are still on-going.

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