Bestiality, child exploitation case to be resolved

By Leanne Murray (Twitter: @DriveNewsLeanne)
March 9, 2017 - 10:21am

A resolution is expected later this month for a Central Alberta man facing disturbing charges.
 
Cris Marshall, 25, was arrested in October of last year and charged with animal cruelty, making bestiality, child exploitation and child pornography-related counts, as well as firearms offences.
 
ALERT's Internet Child Exploitation team began investigating Marshall after they say child exploitation material was uploaded via a social media account.
 
His home in Nevis, east of Red Deer, was searched and officers seized electronic devices and three firearms.
 
Investigators say they found a significant amount of child exploitation material and offences involving Marshall's pet dog, which was taken to a vet clinic.
 
Marshall's lawyer has been having ongoing discussions with the Crown Prosecutor and the case is expected to be resolved on March 21 in Red Deer Provincial Court.
 

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