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Antigo man pleads not guilty to child porn chargesSubmitted: 10/16/2013
Antigo man pleads not guilty to child porn charges
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

ANTIGO - An Antigo man accused of having child pornography pleaded not guilty today.

Fifty six-year-old Ronald Schultz pleaded not guilty to ten felony counts of child pornography.

In August, the Department of Criminal Investigations found pornographic videos with children on Shultz's computer hard drive.

According to the criminal complaint, Schultz admitted to watching them.

Today in court, he pleaded not guilty to the charges, and waived his right to hear the state's evidence against him.

The Antigo Police Department and Langlade County Sheriff's Department are members of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.



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MADISON - The state Department of Justice will prosecute a Taylor County sheriff's detective for releasing records of two unsolved murders to producers of a national television show.

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RHINELANDER - Earth Day can be a good time to reflect on the "health" of the world around you.

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The Crandon High School senior worked with classmates to take blood samples and lift fingerprints at Nicolet's "Crime Scene Investigation" station while competing against another school.

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MARATHON COUNTY - Police found the body of a man in a Marathon City motel room closet Thursday afternoon. 

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