Couple charged with 109 counts of child sexual exploitation

Couple charged with 109 counts of child sexual exploitation

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WOODSTOCK, Ga. -

Woodstock police have arrested two people on 109 counts of sexual exploitation of children.

The Woodstock Police Department said they received information about the possible child molestation and sexual exploitation of possible child molestation and sexual exploitation of two female juveniles, ages 15 and 5. The juveniles were living with two men and a female in 21-foot pull-behind camper and working at various RV parks and small farms, according to the information. The group experienced vehicle problems during a trip between Georgia to Texas, which caused them to stop in Woodstock, police said.

After obtaining a search warrant, investigators seized several computers, cameras, hard drives and DVD/CDs, which allegedly contained 500 images.

Investigators arrested Eric Timothy Daniels, 44, of Pennsylvania and April G. Daniels, 26, of Pennsylvania, on Dec. 7. They are being held at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center  without bond.

The children have been released into the care of a relative, police said.

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