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Beaver Local teacher jailed for child pornography

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A former Beaver Local Schools substitute teacher has begun serving his jail sentence after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.

29-year-old Chad Grey admitted last March to soliciting sex and possessing nude photos of an underage girl, as well as sending illicit photos to another minor he met while substitute teaching.  

The former teacher was first charged in July 2014.

Grey was sentenced to nine months in jail by Columbiana Common Pleas Judge Scott Washam, but he appealed the sentence less than a week after it was handed down.

The Ohio 7th District Court of Appeals deliberated on the decision for more than a year before rejecting Grey's appeal on May 31st.

The court ordered Grey beholden to Washam's sentence, and Grey reported to jail on June 10th.

Grey also filed a motion for judicial release, asking to have the decision reconsidered.  His motion, however, was denied on Monday.

Grey is currently serving his sentence at Columbiana County Jail.

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