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Youngstown man pleads guilty to possessing child pornography

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A convicted sex offender from Youngstown will be sentenced in May for possessing child pornography.

Jimmie Davis pleaded guilty to a federal charge on Wednesday.

Investigators say Davis used a computer at the Austintown Library to contact a female relative on Facebook, a violation of his probation.

Authorities say they found a pair of girl's panties in Davis' pocket and images of pre-teen females engaged in sex acts on his home computer.

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