Former UGA official indicted on child pornography charges

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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — A former University of Georgia official has been indicted on child pornography charges.

According to the Athens Banner-Herald, an indictment filed Jan. 5 in Clarke County Superior Court says Jeffrey Delk possessed hundreds of videos and images of minors engaged in sexual acts that included bestiality and bondage. Delk has been charged with five felony counts of sexual exploitation of children.

Delk resigned as the university’s assistant director of development for gift and estate planning after being arrested in 2013 and accused of possessing child pornography. He had been employed by the school since 2000.

Delk remains free on bond and is scheduled to appear Feb. 24 in Clarke County Superior Court. It is unclear whether he has an attorney to comment on the charges.

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