Police add child molestation charge to Lambert Drive case after finding sexual photo

tstevens@ledger-enquirer.comJuly 17, 2013 

Police have added a charge of child molestation to the case of a 6-year-old boy who was allegedly sexually assaulted in early July, according to a Columbus Police report.

On July 9, a person close to the 6-year-old boy reported that he was sexually assaulted by two juveniles. No details about the juveniles were listed and no details about the assault, other than it occurred in a bedroom, were reported.

In a report filed on July 16, police added that a guardian called police after her daughter found a photo of a sexual nature among her son's video games.

Police list a juvenile as a suspect in the child molestation. It is unknown at this time whether it is one of the same juveniles charged with sexual assault.

No further details are available about the incident.

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