Police recall high school year book, and more

Police have classified the Big Bear High School yearbook as child pornography.

Police recall high school year book

Police have classified a California high school yearbook as child pornography. The Big Bear High School yearbook includes a photo taken at a dance, in which a 17-year-old boy can be seen groping a 15-year-old girl. Even though the couple is “not the intended focus of the photograph,” police said, it depicts sexual activity by a minor. Police ordered all copies of the yearbook recalled, warning that possession could lead to prosecution.

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