Related News: Cop who stole nude pics off arrested women’s phones gets no jail time

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A now-former California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer who was charged with criminal felony charges after seizing and distributing racy photos copied from arrestees’ phones has pleaded no contest and will serve no jail time.

Sean Harrington’s plea deal, which was finalized on Tuesday, means that he receives a 180-day suspended sentence, three years of felony probation, and according to local media accounts, “must also speak at a community violence solutions class to tell everyone what he did.” Harrington resigned from the CHP last year after the charges were filed.

Source: Ars Technica

Related News: Canadian teen convicted of ‘sexting’ photos of boyfriend’s ex

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A Canadian teenage girl has been found guilty of distributing child pornography in connection with “sexting” pictures of her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend, the youth crown prosecutor for Victoria said Friday.

The British Columbia case of the then 16-year-old, who is not identified because she is a minor, is believed to be one of the first cases in Canada where a teenager has been convicted of child pornography charges related to “sexting.”

Source: CNN

Related News: Wendy’s drive-through worker who sold child porn gets 22 years in prison

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Juan Antonio Rosa, 36, was sentenced Wednesday to almost 22 years in prison for distributing child pornography to customers with their food, the San Antonio Express-News reported. He pleaded guilty to the charges back in March.

Rosa allegedly found his porn customers online, and buyers then said “Scooby Doo” as a code word to buy memory cards with their food, at the fast-food chain’s drive-through window. Officials said the SD memory cards were loaded up with two to five pornographic videos that were sold for $50 each, the Express-News reported.

Source: MSNBC