Nov 062015
 November 6, 2015  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Katie Rogers reports:

Students in Cañon City, Colo., could face criminal charges after an investigation found they were trading hundreds of nude pictures of themselves and other teenagers on their phones using special apps to keep the images secret, the schools superintendent said Friday.

The investigation began on Monday, and officials at Cañon City High School determined that students had been circulating between 300 and 400 illicit photos involving at least 100 students, said George Welsh, the superintendent of the Cañon City School District. Some of the students in the photos were eighth graders, and several of the students who possessed the pictures were members of the school’s football team, Mr. Welsh said.

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