Ohio photographer arrested and charged with child pornography
Police in northeast Ohio are asking parents to contact the FBI if they have concerns about their children who had their pictures taken by a local photography who was arrested for child pornography.
Lisbon Police raided David Grunden's home and photography business, DCG Productions on Tuesday. He was arrested and charged with solicitation and advertising for child pornography.
FBI agents seized almost 180 images of child porn from Grunden's computer, according to WYTV.
They say he took legitimate photos and videos of children for his business.
Investigators say he would edit the children's faces onto other images and videos to make it seem like they were in inappropriate situations.
Officials said he sold these images and videos of children being raped, beaten and killed.
Gruden also put out online ads looking for grown men who would be willing to have sex with and beat children, according to investigators.
Parents are encouraged to call the FBI office in Boardman at (330) 965-2940.