A 40-year-old Farmington Hills man has been charged with 20 counts of Possession of Child Sexually Abusive Material.
Jeremiah Moore was arraigned Tuesday, March 21.
“As a prosecutor, and as a father, cases involving sexual abuse of a child are some of the most challenging,” said Attorney General Bill Schuette. “The allegations in this case are disturbing, and I am determined to put a stop to the continued exploitation of children.”
Moore was previously convicted in 2015 on felony for possession of Child Sexually Abusive Material and was serving five years probation.
Agents conducted a compliance check and uncovered multiple videos and hundreds of photos showing sexual abuse of children on electronic devices belonging to Moore. He was arrested and is facing felony charges.
Moore's bond was set at $500,000. If he gets out he will have to abide by these rules:
1. Cannot possess computers or any other device capable of connecting to the internet;
2. Cannot have any contact with any child under the age of 17 years, including his own;
3. Cannot possess any sexually stimulating materials;
4. Must stay at least 1,000 feet from any school or day care where there is a presence of minor children;
5. Cannot use any alcohol or any other drug; and,
6. Must be supervised by the court's Pre Trial Services.