Former Oklahoma City EMSA employee charged with child pornography
Thursday, January 29th 2004, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Oklahoma City-AP) -- A former ambulance company spokesman has been charged in Oklahoma County with child pornography.
Former EMSA spokesman Paul O'Leary is accused of possessing child porn and using his computer at work to view child pornography.
District Attorney Wes Lane says pornographic pictures of young girls were found on desktop and laptop computers that O'Leary used at work.
Lane says the pictures were discovered by another EMSA employee who was looking for files to erase to free up space on the computer system.
EMSA Chief Operating Officer Tom Wagner says O'Leary hasn't worked for EMSA since he talked with O'Leary about the pictures in October.