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Hearing Rescheduled For Child Pornography Case

A pre-trial was delayed Thursday for a Wichita County man who has been charged with possession or promotion of child pornography.

Police said Albert Allen Leslie brought his laptop in to a computer repair store to have images removed in May 2010.

According to Police, Leslie claimed he bought the laptop two or three years prior to that date.

Police said once Leslie's computer was inspected they found more than 300 images of illegal images.

Leslie's pre-trial hearing is now set for Feb. 23 in the 89th District Court.

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