HTN: Photo prompts recall of Big Bear High yearbook

Dec 8, 2004
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BIG BEAR LAKE - The Sheriff's Department wants all copies of Big Bear High School's 2011 yearbook returned after finding a photo in it that deputies said can be construed as child pornography.

Sheriff's deputies launched an investigation Tuesday after they saw the photo, which appears to show a 17-year-old boy with his hand inside the clothing of a 15-year-old girl.

"A lieutenant said the photo printed in the yearbook was taken at a dance. The (couple) are in the background of the photo and are not the intended focus of the photo," said sheriff's spokeswoman Cindy Bachman.

"When the photos were scanned and proofed by an adviser, they must have missed the photo," Bachman said.

Most students have turned in their yearbooks so they can be edited, but some have not.

"At this time, anyone possessing the photograph should be on notice to turn in the photographs to school staff or the Sheriff's

Department or risk potential criminal charges involving possession of child pornography," the Sheriff's Department wrote in a news release.

No one has been arrested, authorities said Thursday.

Donna Jenkins, a member of the school's Parent Teachers' Association, declined comment because she said she hadn't seen the yearbook photo.

Calls to Big Bear High School were directed to Tim Larson, director of special programs for the Bear Valley Unified School District.

Larson was attending a school graduation Thursday and couldn't be reached for comment.
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transit grinder

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Shouldn't pornography be reserved for bare tit and exposed vag (or tallywhacker), not some kids harmlessly groping each other?
 

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Parents of teenagers are psychotic reactionary retards with nothing better to do with their time to fill the empty void their life has become? When the hell did this happen?

Donna Jenkins, a member of the school's Parent Teachers' Association, declined comment because she said she hadn't seen the yearbook photo.
Cutting edge journalism.
 

Party Rooster

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:really?:

Can I take a guess at who is going to be paying for the reprint of an entire high school's yearbook?

:arrrh:

And has anyone checked this chick's ID? I'd hate to be in violation of any laws...