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Medical Lake Man Arrested On Child Pornography Charges

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25 year old James Poindexter faces charges that he possessed, distributed and produced child porn. 25 year old James Poindexter faces charges that he possessed, distributed and produced child porn.
MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. -

A Medical Lake man is in federal custody on child pornography charges and is accused of inviting students from the local middle school over on their lunch break to perform sex acts. 25-year-old James Poindexter faces charges that he possessed, distributed and produced child porn.

Earlier this year, the FBI raided Poindexter’s apartment in Medical Lake and obtained evidence of child pornographic videos and images. The defense argues that the feds did not have probable cause to enter the apartment so they think the case should be thrown out. The defense also said that there was no criminal activity observed at the Medical Lake apartment.

Neighbors told KHQ on Tuesday that they had seen a lot of young boys entering and exiting the apartment in Medical Lake, but they had figured it was drugs or something else.

Court documents say that the feds got an anonymous call in November saying that Poindexter had been having boys ages 13-17 over to his apartment often.

KHQ reached out to both the defense team and the Medical Lake School District, but did not hear back.

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