Wood Co. Schools Employee Arrested On Child Porn Charges

By: Courtney Rochon Email
By: Courtney Rochon Email

A Wood County schools employee was arrested Tuesday on child pornography charges.

Lonnie Moore of Parkersburg was arraigned in Wood County Magistrate Court.

Officials say a family member of the Wood County computer technician borrowed one of his computers and found hundreds of images of child pornography.

Officials say some of the images were of Moore engaging in sex acts.

Moore is charged with possession of child pornography.

Moore's bond was set at $40,000 dollars.

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  • by anon Location: anon on Jul 25, 2009 at 10:26 AM
    Lonnie is a very likeable person,but we had a gut feeling that something was not quite right with him.
  • by csj Location: c-town on Oct 5, 2008 at 08:33 PM
    Lonnie needs to pay for his crime ppl need to stop up holding him. he is a grown man he knew this was wrong pictures and dates on computers dont lie. preforming sex acts taking pictures and leaving on computer wasnt very smart he deserves to set in jail and rot .
  • by free MUSTANG Location: vienna on Sep 11, 2008 at 06:01 PM
    sounds fishy to me too,but lets hope the whole truth comes out. The timing of this with his son-in-outlaws deployment raises questions also.
  • by brational Location: pkbg on Sep 11, 2008 at 12:39 PM
    awful convenient the person who supposedly finds the "evidence" had to leave the country...Perhaps there is more to this than at first glance. The first problem with our justice system is that people are so quick to judge before they get all the information. So this guy who was called to duty has a friend hack into a computer that was removed not given from Lonnie's house and we can take his word? The truth will come out.To Anonymous what you discribe is blackmail last i checked.
  • by Red Location: Vienna on Sep 10, 2008 at 06:56 PM
    My parent worked with lonnie for the last 25 years and I have been around his faimly since kindergarden I cant believe this is true and I wont until I hear it from him something smells Fishy about the whole thing why would they have to break in to get a computer(they admitted that on the news) why just not ask for it and had to hack into it because it had a password sounds like a set up to me come on something is not right here
  • by Anonymous on Sep 10, 2008 at 05:53 PM
    im sorry but you can only be a victom ONE time knowing its wrong and then keep doing it over & over, to get what you want like a new car & money from the accused is not a victom LIKE THEY SAY THE FAMILY MEMBER IS BEING CALLED.
  • by jeffery Location: overseas on Sep 10, 2008 at 04:52 PM
    I am pleased to see that justice is being served. I hate that i had to leave and can not be there to support my family, but I am proud to serve my country. I am afraid that this isn't going to stop others from doing these types of things, but it does help to make them think twice about doing these kinds of things. For all of you out there who does these appalling things, YOU WILL GET CAUGHT!!! This man thought that he could get away with it and look where it got him. I don't care how well I know a person, it will never stop me from doing the right thing. These people need to be prosecuted for the wrong they do. For those of you who know Lonnie, I'm sorry that you didn't see this in him. I am not sorry that he is finally paying the price for what he has done. I want to thank the community as a whole for standing up against these kinds of things. I pray that you never have to find what I did. Love your children and protect them the best you know how and watch what they do online.
  • by Michael Location: Vienna on Sep 10, 2008 at 11:58 AM
    He is innocent until proven guilty but if proven guilty him and that other creep should be castrated and then thrown into jail in the general public, quit putting sexual predators in their own separate areas in the jail. People have gone soft and you see what is happening to our world.
  • by Anonymous Location: Wood County on Sep 10, 2008 at 07:03 AM
    If he has never been arrested, then nothing will show up on a background check. Downloading filth on a computer does not show up on a background check......but it will now.
  • by opinionated1 on Sep 10, 2008 at 03:43 AM
    just glad his stupidity got him caught and his family didn't choose to protect him. Thank you!
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