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Child Porn in Napa; Berkeley Kid Helps Find Missing Man; Petaluma Woman Killed

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Police honor Brandon Coleman, 5th grader at John Muir Elementary in Berkeley, on Jan. 22, 2014 for his help in locating a missing man. His mother Niema is at left. Photo: Mark Coplan, Berkeley Unified School
Police honor Brandon Coleman, 5th grader at John Muir Elementary in Berkeley, on Jan. 22, 2014 for his help in locating a missing man. His mother Niema is at left. Photo: Mark Coplan, Berkeley Unified School
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The big news around the region in Patch today comes from Napa Patch, where police are looking for the source of child pornography photos posted on Instagram. From the story:  

“Napa Police Department is seeking information on the source of images posted on a local website yesterday and today that could possibly be child porn.”

“Police said they received numerous reports of images being posted on an Instagram site, ‘napahoezexxposed’.”

“It was determined that inappropriate images had been posted on this site.”

"The Napa Police Department is currently investigating the site to determine if the images were posted without consent or if any of the images were child pornography," police said in a news release.”

"’Instagram was contacted and the site was taken down,’ police said.”

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