Waterloo region man charged with making child pornography
A 47-year-old man has been charged with multiple child pornography related offenses after an investigation by Waterloo regional police.
In a media release, police said the investigation began in February after they received a report from the National Child Exploitation Unit.
On April 21, a search warrant was executed at a Kitchener home.
Two weeks later, on May 5, a 47-year-old man was arrested.
He now faces multiple charges:
- Two counts of possession of child pornography
- Making child pornography available
- Two counts of making child pornography
- Luring a child under 18 years old
- Invitation to sexual touching.
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