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Investigation leads to child pornography charges

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Jeffrey Lugenbeal (Source: Nelson County Jail) Jeffrey Lugenbeal (Source: Nelson County Jail)

NELSON COUNTY, KY (WAVE) – A Nelson County man is facing child pornography charges after police executed a search warrant on his home.

According to Bardstown police, an investigation revealed child pornography had been downloaded on a computer in 28-year-old Jeffrey Lugenbeal's home.

On Wednesday officers searched Lugenbeal's home and seized electronic equipment.

Lugenbeal was taken into custody and lodged in the Nelson County Jail and charged with one count of possession, view matter portraying sexual performance by a minor.

Police said additional charged may be charged following further analysis of the seized electronics by the Kentucky State Police Forensics Laboratory.

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