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Colleton County Police arrest child porn suspect

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Rusty Hall was arrested and charged with Sexual Exploitation of a Minor. Rusty Hall was arrested and charged with Sexual Exploitation of a Minor.
COLLETON COUNTY, SC -

Agents with Homeland Security contacted the Colleton County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division on June 11, 2013 and stated they had information that Rusty Michael Hall of Cottageville, SC, posted several images of a 6 or 7 year old male child on a web site frequented by pedophiles.  

Authorities obtained a search warrant for Hall's home from Homeland Security, police executed the search warrant June 11.  They found several weapons, computers, cell phones computer disks, drives, marijuana and drug paraphernalia were seized.

According to police a preliminary search of the computer storage devices revealed a large amount of child pornography.

Hall was arrested and charged with Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, Simple Possession of Marijuana and Probation Violation.  His bond was set at $25,000 by a Colleton County Magistrate. 

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