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Former St. Louis Co. Employee Pleads Guilty to Child Pornography Charge

Updated: 03/31/2014 11:27 PM
Created: 03/31/2014 11:25 PM WDIO.com

Previous Coverage: St. Louis County Employee Faces Child Pornography Charge

A former St. Louis County worker has pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography. 

According to the criminal complaint, 64-year-old Bruce Hosking, of Cloquet, was using a work computer to view the images.

Hosking was charged last June with the one felony count, and shortly afterwards, was no longer an employee with the county. 

According to the courts, he will be sentenced in May. 

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