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Former McLoud Teacher Denied Bond Reduction In Child Porn Case

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Kimberly Crain Kimberly Crain
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Former third-grade teacher Kimberly Crain appeared in a Pottawatomie County courtroom Monday afternoon, her attorneys pushing to reduce her $1 million bond. That request was denied.

12/16/2011 Related Story: Crain Appears On Sex Charges In Pottawatomie County

The 48-year-old woman pleaded not guilty in December to lewd molestation, and manufacturing and possessing child pornography. She's accused of taking nude and half-naked photos of as many as 14 young girls while she was a teacher at McLoud Elementary School.

Detectives said Crain shared the pictures with a retired Pennsylvania professor Gary Doby, also known as "Uncle G." The 65 year old is also charged with manufacturing and possessing child pornography. He's being held in a Pennsylvania jail while authorities in Oklahoma fight to extradite him.

1/9/2012 Related Story: Extradition Hearing For Former OBU Professor Accused Of Sex Crimes

12/15/2011 Related Story: Suspects Accused Of Child Pornography Met At OBU In Shawnee

Crain's attorneys were hoping to get her bond reduced from the current $1 million dollars, but a judge has decided that bond will remain the same. Her next hearing is scheduled for March 6 when a judge will determine if there's enough evidence to hold her over for trial.

12/15/2011 Related Story: Prosecutors: Former McLoud Teacher Recorded Video Of Naked Students In Classroom

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