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Police: Homeless Man Downloads Child Porn On Indian Reservation Computer

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HAINES, Alaska (CBS Seattle) – A homeless man is accused of downloading child pornography on a public computer on an Indian reservation.

Haines police say that Randolph T. Williams Jr., 39, saved over 10 sexual images of underage children to a computer at the Chilkoot Indian Association.

According to the complaint, Haines Police Chief Gary Lowe said “officials at the tribal office noticed Williams acting strangely at the computer.”

The Anchorage Daily News reports that witnesses saw Williams trying to hide pictures as people walked by.

The paper reports that tribal officials found suspicious photos in the computer’s recycle bin, which police determined were of girls between the ages of 3 and 12.

According to the paper, Williams admitted to using the computer but denied viewing the pictures.

Williams faces 11 counts of possession of child pornography.

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