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Antigo man charged with possessing child pornographySubmitted: 08/30/2013
Story By Newswatch 12 Newsteam


ANTIGO - Ronald K. Schultz, of 511 Hudson Street in Antigo, was charged with ten Counts of Possession of Child Pornography.

He made his first court appearance this week, with cash bond set at $25,000 dollars.

An adjourned initial appearance is scheduled for September 9th at 1:30 pm.

Court documents say the Department of Justice executed a search warrant last week at Schultz's home.

Ten different videos were found on his computer.

Schultz admitted to agents that he had seen some child pornography and knew it was illegal.

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RHINELANDER - The Rhinelander Area Food Pantry uses creative ways to get food donations. One of their fundraisers, CANtastic, just finished up for the year.

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RHINELANDER - Doctors diagnosed a Rhinelander man with lung cancer that spread to his brain last December.

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MADISON - The number of walleye fishermen can keep could change. The DNR wants to change how it sets the walleye bag limit in ceded territory.

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