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Appleton man sentenced to 20 years for child pornography possession

Posted: 5:12 PM, Jan 10, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-10 23:18:05Z
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APPLETON, Wis. — An Appleton man is facing a 20 year sentence for possession of child pornography.

A statement from the Outagamie County District Attorney says Brian Kluck has been sentenced to 10 years confinement and 10 years of extended supervision.

The District Attorney statement says Kluck was convicted for ten counts of possession of child pornography after entering a plea in November.

A February 2018 investigation by the Appleton Police Department revealed Kluck was viewing suspected child pornography at the Appleton Public Library. A search of Kluck's electronic devices identified nearly 500 images and videos of child pornography. The victims in these images ranged in age from toddlers to preteens.

The D.A. says Kluck was also sending child pornography to other people via email.

Kluck has previous convictions for window peeping and trying to look into bathroom stalls, the D.A. says.