New Lenox, IL – Local Man Facing Felony Charges in Child Pornography Case


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New Lenox, IL – A search warrant executed Wednesday has lead to the arrest of a 45-year-old New Lenox man on allegations including possession of child pornography and unauthorized video recording.

According to the New Lenox Police Department, the investigation began in December 2023 after receiving tips about Timothy Mol, of New Lenox, downloading child pornography through an online mobile application. During the search, executed in collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security and the Cook County Sheriff’s Department, authorities reportedly seized electronic devices containing incriminating evidence. Investigators later reportedly discovered a hidden camera in a bathroom at Mol’s residence, which was allegedly used for unlawful recording of family members.

Mol has been charged with one count of child pornography (Class 1 felony) and one count of unauthorized video recording (Class 3 felony). He is now being held at the Will County Adult Detention Facility, awaiting a pre-trial detention hearing scheduled for Thursday. 

An investigation into the incident remains ongoing with further charges possibly coming against Mol.


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