Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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December 11, 2013

Child care worker facing multiple pornography charges waives right to a preliminary hearing

BLUEFIELD — A former child care worker in Princeton charged with multiple counts of receiving and possessing material visually portraying a minor in sexually-explicit conduct has waived his right to a preliminary hearing.

Lindsey Bowling, 29, of Princeton appeared Wednesday morning before Magistrate Sandra Dorsey for a preliminary hearing. Bowling was arrested Nov. 21 and charged with 150 counts of receiving and possessing material visually portraying a minor in sexually-explicit conduct. Bowling was working for the Lil Camper Dependable Child Care in Princeton at the time of his arrest.

Bowling waived his right to a preliminary hearing, and the case will now be forwarded to the February session of the Mercer County grand jury, according to Assistant Prosecuting Attorney John McGinnis.

Bowling is being held at the Southern Regional Jail in Beaver.

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