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Rohr waived for court on child pornography charges

April 23, 2014

JOHNSONBURG – A Ridgway man was waived for court Wednesday afternoon by Magisterial District Judge George King on over 30 felony charges of child pornography.
Theodore Robert Rohr, 34, of Ridgway, was charged as a result of a search warrant served in November 2013 by the State Police Computer Crime Unit.
Prior to meeting with King, David Hopkins, the defense attorney for Rohr, asked some questions to the arresting officer, Corporal Robert Pearson. Most questions concerned the nature of peer-to-peer file sharing networks and the circumstances under which Rohr's computer was seized.

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