Big Bear High School Yearbook
June 17, 2011 by USA Post
Big Bear High School Yearbook, The Sheriff’s Department wants all copies of the yearbook, 2011 Great Bear High School returned after finding a photo in which he said that deputies could be interpreted as child p**n**r*p*y. Sheriff’s deputies launched an investigation Tuesday after seeing the photo, which appears to show a 17-year-old with his hand inside the clothing of a girl 15 years old. “A lieutenant said the yearbook printed photo was taken at a dance. He (even) are at the bottom of the photo and intention are not the center of the picture,” said sheriff’s spokeswoman Cindy Bachman.
“When the photos were scanned and edited by a consultant, I must have lost the picture,” said Bachman. Most students have become their yearbooks so that they may be edited, but not others. “At this point, any person who holds the photograph should be alert to turn in photos of the school staff or the Sheriff’s Department or the risk of possible criminal charges for possession of child prnography,” wrote the Police Department in a press release.
Nobody has been arrested, authorities said. Donna Jenkins, a member of the Association of Teachers of School Parents, “declined to comment because she said she had not seen the yearbook photo.
Calls to Big Bear High School goes to Tim Larson, director of special programs for Bear Valley Unified School District. Larson was attending a high school graduation on Thursday and could not
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