Arkansas Democrat Woman Convicted Of Child Porn, Bestiality

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LITTLE ROCK (KTHV) – A Hot Springs woman arrested last year by
agents from the Attorney General’s Office pleaded guilty on Nov.
18 to multiple felony child pornography charges, Attorney
General Dustin McDaniel announced.

Amanda Desaray Hartle, 34, of Hot Springs pleaded guilty to five
counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting
sexually explicit conduct involving a child, one count of fourth-
degree sexual assault and one count of bestiality.

Garland County Circuit Court Judge Marcia Hearnsberger sentenced
Hartle to 30 years in prison. Hartle will be required to
register as a sex offender.

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (November 18, 2014) – A Hot Springs woman
arrested last year by agents from the Attorney General's Office
pleaded guilty today to multiple felony child pornography
charges, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced.

Amanda Desaray Hartle, 34, of Hot Springs pleaded guilty to five
counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting
sexually explicit conduct involving a child, one count of fourth-
degree sexual assault and one count of bestiality.

Garland County Circuit Court Judge Marcia Hearnsberger sentenced
Hartle to 30 years in prison. Hartle will be required to
register as a sex offender.

Hartle was arrested in May 2013 at her residence in the 1200
block of Richard Street in Hot Springs, following an
investigation by the Attorney General's Cyber Crimes Unit.
Investigators confiscated a laptop computer and other electronic
evidence at the time of the arrest.

John David Ross, 40, of Hot Springs was also arrested at that
time on similar charges.

"I'm grateful for the work our Cyber Crimes investigators did to
bring this couple to justice," McDaniel said. "Our office will
continue to work with other law enforcement agencies across
Arkansas to send criminals who engage in these reprehensible
crimes to prison, where they can no longer harm our most
vulnerable citizens."

A Garland County jury sentenced Ross to 180 years in prison in
October after finding him guilty of multiple felony child
exploitation charges.
 

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