Thursday November 26th, 2015 12:53PM

Former youth ministry intern faces child porn charges

By Staff
DAWSONVILLE - A former youth ministry intern arrested on charges of sexual exploitation of children now faces additional charges in Dawson County.<br /> <br /> A report in the Atlanta Journal Constitution said 28-year-old Sean Paul was arrested Friday on child pornography charges. At last report, he remained in the Dawson County Jail.<br /> <br /> Paul was arrested in March on the initial charges involving a 15-year-old victim he met while serving as an intern at First Christian Church in Cumming. <i>(See story limk below.)</i> He reportedly resigned from his position with the church before he was arrested.<br /> <br /> Dawson County Sheriff's Office Maj. Tony Wooten told the newspaper the newer charges stem from a search of Paul's home computer in the days after his arrest in March.<br /> <br />
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