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Friday, December 6, 2013

Police seeking J'ville man on charges of child porn, video voyeurism

Posted By on Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 1:19 PM

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The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office today released a wanted poster, seen above, for William W. Chamlee, 47, of Old Tom Box Road in Jacksonville.

According to the flyer released by the PCSO, police say that during a narcotics investigation, they discovered that Chamlee had allegedly been molesting a juvenile girl  and  secretly taking images of her.

Chamlee is being sought on charges of video voyeurism and possession of child pornography. He is thought to be driving a black 1995 Chevrolet pickup, plate number 450 THZ. The truck has a Little Rock Fire Department decal on the back window. Anyone with information about Chamlee's whereabouts is urged to call (501)340-6963

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