York man formally charged with two counts of possessing child pornography

YORK – Timothy Clark, 29, of York, has been formally charged with two counts of possessing child pornography, both Class 2A felonies.

His case has been bound over to District Court where arraignment proceedings were scheduled for this week.

According to court documents, this matter was investigated by the Nebraska State Patrol. The court documents indicate a report was made to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding “involvement with visual depictions of sexually explicit conduct which has children (between three and seven years old) as participants. The state patrol determined the subscriber of these files was Clark at a residence in the 1700 Block of North Iowa Avenue in York.

NSP investigators contacted Clark at his residence, according to court documents, as they informed him they were going to execute a search warrant of the devices in his residence. At first, Clark denied the allegations, but eventually allegedly confessed to receiving and sending files of child pornography.

The NSP investigator alleges in the affidavit filed with the court, “Clark stated he hates kids and doesn’t want to be around them because Clark thinks if he does, he will act on his sexual urges. He said he has been looking at child pornography since the age of 12,” according to the investigator’s affidavit filed with the court.

A jury trial has been scheduled for late spring.

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