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Hearing On For Ex-Okla. Teacher In Child Porn Case

SHAWNEE, Okla. (AP) - A former Oklahoma school teacher and an ex-Pennsylvania college professor who face child pornography-related charges have a scheduled hearing in Pottawatomie County District Court.

Former McLoud teacher Kimberly Ann Crain and retired early childhood development professor Gary Doby are set to appear on Tuesday.

Crain has pleaded not guilty to 23 felony counts including manufacturing juvenile pornography, lewd molestation and aggravated possession of juvenile pornography. Prosecutors alleged Crain took photographs of as many as 14 young girls while they were changing in her classroom and at her home and shared them with Doby.

Doby faces eight counts of manufacturing juvenile pornography and one count of conspiracy to manufacture juvenile pornography. He was extradited from Pennsylvania last month and hasn't entered a plea.

Both are being held on bond.

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