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Staunton Police Charge Albemarle Man, Others With Child Pornography

Staunton Police Charge Albemarle Man, Others With Child Pornography

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An Albemarle man has been charged with a child pornography count following an investigation in Staunton. 43-year-old Calvin William McClurken (pictured) was arrested on a warrant from Staunton Police. Albemarle Police took McClurken into custody Thursday on Berkmar Drive. He’s charged with using electronic means for child pornography. McClurken was arrested as part of a task force investigation by police in Staunton. Several others were arrested as part of that, including 45-year-old Andy R. Peyton of Scottsville, who’s charged with three counts of online solicitation of a minor and three counts of attempted indecent liberties with a minor. 47-year-old German C. Velazquez of Ruckersville is accused of one count of attempted indecent liberties of a child under 15 and one count of online solicitation of a minor.

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