Nicholasville man arrested on child porn charge

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - A Nicholasville man was charged with four counts of possession of matter depicting a sex performance by a minor, a Class D felony, according to Attorney General Daniel Cameron.


The arrest of Andrew Michael Hubler, 28, occurred Feb. 21 in Jessamine County by detectives from DCI with the assistance of the Nicholasville Police Department.


The Department of Criminal Investigation initiated an investigation against Hubler after he sent sexually graphic images of children online. He was taken into custody at a residence in Nicholasville, where several small children were present. Upon arrest, he admitted to possessing sexually explicit material on his cell phone.


“We are putting every resource we have behind protecting Kentucky’s children from exploitation and abuse,” Cameron said. “DCI’s investigators are committed to tracking down individuals who commit crimes against children and working with local law enforcement and prosecutors to bring them to justice.”


The Office of the Attorney General’s Cyber Crimes Unit routinely uses advanced techniques to locate and apprehend suspects that otherwise operate in the shadows of the Internet.


As of this time, Hubler must pay a cash bond of $5,000 to be released. Andy Sims, Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit covering Garrard and Jessamine Counties, will prosecute this case.

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TV1987

His address should have been told so that families around him can find out if their children were in any of the pictures and so they can watch their children extra extra extra close especially if he makes bond, and his bond should be wayyyyyyy more than 5,000!!!!!!

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