Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro recently charged retired U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Frank Sullivan with more than a dozen felony counts related to his possession of child pornography after a search of his Mechanicsburg home turned up computers replete with thousands of searches for “preteen” images, as well as pictures of children “engaged in very graphic sexual acts.”

Sullivan, the former executive director of the Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission and a decorated veteran with tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, was arrested last month in Cumberland County and charged with 15 second-degree felony counts of sexual abuse of children and one count of criminal use of a communications facility after investigators found images of child porn on a home desktop and laptop.

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