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Ex cop admits child porn

By Natasha Swift 26th July 2017

Ex cop admits child porn
AT COURT: Robert Branney

A FORMER police officer from St Austell who walked free from court after being caught with indecent photographs of children last year has admitted similar offences for a second time. Robert Branney, of Treverbyn Gardens, appeared at Plymouth Magistrates’ Court via video link from Bodmin Magistrates’ Court on Monday, where he ad...

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