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A Fort St. John resident has been sentenced to 310 days after being caught with child pornography.

James Morris was arrested on January 15th, 2010 by the Fort St. John RCMP after an investigation led police to discover child pornography on both a USB drive and Morris’ computer.

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Morris has been in custody since his arrest and was given credit for 8 months, and will now serve another 60 days.

Morris will be under probation for 3 years following his release, and will be prohibited from coming in contact with children under the age of 16 unless accompanied by an approved adult.

He also must live in the City of Prince George, so that he can access treatment centres.

Morris will also have to report to the National Sex Offender Registry for the rest of his life.

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