Macks Creek man faces prison in child pornography investigation – News/Talk KRMS

A 37-year-old Macks Creek man is being held in the Camden County Jail on multiple counts of promoting child pornography.

According to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office, the investigation began in late April when investigators received a cyber-tipping report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

A probable cause statement alleges that Kenneth Jamison used KIK’s social media to share at least some of the 25 moving and 398 image files associated with his electronic devices.

Jamison was taken into custody from his home and formally charged with three counts of promoting child pornography in the first degree and seven counts of promoting child pornography in the second degree.

Jamison is being held without bail until his scheduled arraignment in June.