Texas Police News.jpg



Teen charged with possession of child pornography
Santa Fe
More Today's News:
ߦ   Fugitive of the Week: Salvador Perez Gonzalez
ߦ   Georgia mayor arrested on burglary and trespassing charges
ߦ   Harris County DA's Office: Driver in 2018 drive-by shooting sentenced to 30 years
ߦ   Law enforcement officers shoot and kill 18-year-old Summit High School graduate
ߦ   Street Takeover Arrests
ߦ   Texas Ranger Hall of Fame Newsletter
ߦ   United States Files Forfeiture Action Against Over Nine Thousand Rifles and Over 700,000 Rounds of Ammunition Enroute from Iran to Yemen
ߦ   Critical Police Incident - Traffic Fatality
ߦ   Dallas County Sheriff's Office searching for Good Samaritan
ߦ   Death Notice - Retired PO Richard S. Fischer - Retired 1991
ߦ   Deputy U.S. Marshal Pleads Guilty to Obtaining Cell Phone Location Information Unlawfully
ߦ   Fork Life Murder
ߦ   Former Deputy U.S. Marshal Sentenced for Cyberstalking, Perjury, and Obstruction
ߦ   LPD SWAT breaches, saves 3 kids under 3 being held hostage by man with large capacity rifle
ߦ   New prison reentry program providing inmates with guidance and hope sees early success
ߦ   U.S. Department of Justice - Updates
ߦ   UT Austin's police department has a new chief
ߦ   Captain Kenneth H. Dunlap, age 62
ߦ   Constable Cash named Constable of the Year

Search Archives:


A 17-year-old Santa Fe resident was held in the county jail Thursday on $180,000 in bonds after law enforcement personnel reported seizing child pornography from his residence, authorities said.

Joseph Michael Nichols

The Galveston County Sheriff’s Office, along with members of the Houston-Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, executed a search warrant in the 11000 block of FM 1764 on Wednesday morning, Sheriff Henry Trochesset said.

Joseph Michael Nichols and two other adults were at the residence during the raid, Trochesset said.

Nichols was charged with two counts of possession of child pornography with $60,000 bond on each count and for possession of lewd visual material depicting a child with a $60,000 bond, Trochesset said.

José Mendiola:  jose.mendiola@galvnews.com

Post a comment
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
© 1999-2023 The Police News. All rights reserved.