Months after an initial arrest of a Hall County man, authorities said they have added 100 counts of sexual exploitation of a child to his case.
Nathren Armour, 60, was first arrested April 3 and accused of having the image “of a child under the age of 14” between Dec. 12 and Jan. 17.
A cyber tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and later involving the Georgia Internet Crimes and Children’s task force led to the arrest.
Armour has remained at the Hall County Jail after he was charged with sexual exploitation of a child.
Investigators seized Armour’s computer for further analysis.
“Investigators executed a search warrant on the computer and located numerous additional lewd images (approximately 100) of minor children,” Hall County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Ware said.
Investigators obtained a warrant Thursday, June 20, for the new 100 counts of sexual exploitation of a child.
No bond has been set at this time.
Armour’s attorney did not return a request for comment Friday, June 21.