Central Alberta man charged with child porn offences, voyeurism: ALERT

Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams. File/Global News

A central Alberta man is facing a number of charges after a child porn investigation was initiated when a tip was received from Australian police.

The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams‘ Internet Child Exploitation Unit was alerted by a specialized task force from the Queensland Police Service that an Alberta man had been involved in trading child pornography images online.

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ICE officers searched homes in Eckville and Fox Creek and said they seized a number of computers and electronic devices. Those are being analyzed now.

On Jan. 10, Christopher Juneau, 34, was arrested and charged with making, possessing and accessing child pornography, as well as voyeurism. He was arrested again on Jan. 18 by Sylvan Lake RCMP after police said he breached a release condition related to internet access.

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