by Paul Kurtz and Steve Patterson

TREDYFFRIN Twp., Pa. (CBS) — Police in Tredyffrin Township have filed charges against three middle school students in a sexting and porn investigation that dates back to last school year.

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Tredyffrin Police Sergeant Todd Bereda says much of the evidence revolves around selfies taken by students at Valley Forge and Tredyffrin-Easttown Middle Schools.

“We found that a number of children were involved in possessing and sending intimate images of juveniles, as well as some involving child pornography involving school-aged children.”

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In one incident, Bereda says one of the juveniles took a pornographic photo and used it to harass a female classmate. In another case, one student offered to sell a pornographic photo of a classmate to another student.

The young suspects range in age from 11 to 15. Charges include obscenity, indecent assault, stalking and harassment.

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