Friday, January 22, 1999

Mt. Lookout man indicted on child porno charges

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A Mount Lookout man has been indicted on 64 counts involving charges that he took sexually explicit pictures of minor girls.

        The U.S. Attorney's Office is prosecuting the charges against William John Garvey, 78, because the photos were allegedly taken across state lines to Louisville, where the photos were seized at a home he owns.

        As of Thursday evening, no one had been arrested.

        Mr. Garvey and his attor neys Paul Balash and William Fitzgerald did not return calls Thursday.

        The grand jury handed down the indictment late Wednesday.

        Mr. Garvey allegedly took pictures of various girls from Greater Cincinnati on or between March 18, 1997 and June 10, 1998.

        If he is convicted, prosecutors will seek to have his house in Mount Lookout, a 1991 van and 1994 car forfeited because they were supposedly used in the alleged crimes.

        Ben Kaufman contributed.


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