Police: Child pornography found in raid of substitute teacher's homes

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MONROE, Mich. – Michigan State Police spent hours conducting raids in two homes in the Monroe area Thursday and they found what is being described as a substantial amount of child pornography.

The man under investigation is working as a substitute teacher and investigators told Local 4 he's worked in multiple school districts.

While Local 4 is not releasing his identity now because he has not yet been charged, we can tell you he's a man in his 50s.

MSP's Internet Crimes Unit is quarterbacking the investigation. They took multiple computers and computer equipment out of the homes.

Local 4 has learned one of those homes, on Bonner Street, is his primary residence. The second home, on Dunbar, was searched as well.

As the raids went down, police took him in for questioning and they said up to this point he has been cooperating.

Stay with Local 4 News and ClickOnDetroit.com for updates on this developing story.

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