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*TV reporter remains jailed on child pornography charges

By Alex Bridges -- abridges@nvdaily.com

(10:20 a.m.) WINCHESTER -- A local TV reporter remains jailed on charges of taking indecent liberties with a 14-year-old girl and possession of child pornography.

Ryan O'Connor appeared in Winchester Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for a bond hearing Tuesday morning. Police had arrested O'Connor on Monday morning and charged him with four counts of possession of child pornography and one count each of using a computer to solicit sex from a child under 15 years old and taking indecent liberties with a minor.

Judge William Sharp denied O'Connor's request for bond but said he would appoint an attorney to represent him.

O'Connor also asked the judge to place a gag order on his case. Sharp did not grant the request but said he would entertain such a motion if O'Connor's attorney were to file one.

The judge set a preliminary hearing in O'Connor's case for Sept. 30.

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His Bullship

Half a story! "Local TV Reporter" What station? Some of us don't know. And what kind of station didn't carefully do a background check before hiring this "reporter" ? Do I blame to station? No. But they do have a greater responsibility, as do school systems, police, political parties, etc. to screen their prospective employees ON A REGULAR BASIS since we are supposed to trust them!
Let's not consider O'Connor guilty yet, but we do have opinions and questions.

Dave Briggman

Now why would a working reporter NOT be able to afford his own legal counsel?

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