Niles woman accused of pandering obscenity involving minors
EDITOR'S UPDATE: Devlin pleaded guilty to one count of disseminating material harmful to juveniles and was placed on probation for three years.
A Niles woman spent some time in jail after being accused of sending pictures of nude teens to a Warren woman.
Kaylee Mae Devlin, 18, pleaded not guilty to pandering obscenity involving minors when she was arraigned Monday by a Warren Municipal Court judge.
The charge was filed after a 40-year-old woman told Warren police that Devlin had been sending her harassing messages over Facebook Messenger. The woman claimed that Devlin used to date her nephew and allegedly had a bad breakup.
According to a police report, Devlin also sent the woman pictures of nude juveniles. The report identifies the alleged victims as two 16-year-old girls from Warren.
Devlin was freed from jail on a $10,000 bond while she waits for another court hearing.