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A Louisville man is accused of creating numerous Facebook accounts to send nude photos to young boys in Allen County.Joshua Yahn, 41, of Louisville, is accused of sending the photos between Oct. 11 and Oct. 31, according to a release from Scottsville Police Department. A parent of the one of the children found out about the photos and contacted the Scottsville Police Department.Police arrested Yahn in Louisville on May 10.
"I'm just really not ready to retire," Lawson said. "I've still got a few cases making their way through the court system that started before I got shot. They are pretty important cases. I want to see those through. ... I've had a lot of community support about wanting me to come back." At just after 3 p.m. that day, as Lawson was attempting to serve a warrant on a Franklin man, he was shot three times with a .45-caliber handgun.
When the first person arrived for work early Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity Lutheran School on Nashville Road, she saw a window broken out near the pre-school door and called police.Video surveillance from the church shows a man break out a window at just before 2 a.m. The man climbed through the window and opened the door next to the window. A female accomplice came in through the opened door and the two walked to a nearby room being built for nursing mothers.