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ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt.

Police say child porn on murder suspect’s computer

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Vermont State Police said they have found child pornography on the computer of a woman charged with killing a popular Vermont prep school teacher. Documents filed in the case against Patricia Prue indicate that investigators also uncovered forensic evidence showing the computer was used to conduct research on kidnapping. Prue, 33, and her husband, Allen Prue, 30, have both been charged in the kidnapping and murder of St. Johnsbury Academy teacher Melissa Jenkins in March 2012. The Prues have pleaded not guilty.

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