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Friday, April 26, 2013, 9:12 p.m.
 

Two Beaver County men were charged this week and accused of using Internet file-sharing programs to download, share and possess child pornography, the state Attorney General's Office said Friday.

Raul Arias, 54, of Economy, was arrested after state agents searched his home and computers on Thursday and found dozens of files containing images and videos of minors engaged in graphic sexual activity, prosecutors said.

Darren E. Johnson, 43, of Beaver Falls, was arrested Friday after agents searched his computer and found large quantities of what appears to be child pornography, prosecutors said.

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