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Fugitive In Coeur d'Alene Arrested On Warrants For Child Pornography

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37-year-old Keith David Killingsworth was taken into custody on twelve outstanding felony warrants out of Collin County Texas for Possession of Child Pornography. 37-year-old Keith David Killingsworth was taken into custody on twelve outstanding felony warrants out of Collin County Texas for Possession of Child Pornography.
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - A Coeur d'Alene man was arrested Thursday for Possession of Child Pornography. 

A press release issued by Sgt. Christie Wood with the Coeur d'Alene Police Department stated that 37-year-old Keith David Killingsworth was taken into custody on twelve outstanding felony warrants out of Collin County Texas for Possession of Child Pornography. 

Killingsworth is a registered sex offender in Texas who left Texas and has failed to register as a sex offender in any other state. Following an on-going investigation, the Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force found that Killingsworth was living in Coeur d'Alene and was using his computer to make child pornography available to other on an internet peer-to-peer network. 

Killingsworth is in the Kootenai County Jail for the warrants out of Texas, but he does face additional charges for the crimes committed in Idaho. 
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