Update on the Largo Puppeteer Case

The professional puppeteer will not face the charge of conspiring to kidnap a child, according to The Tampa Bay Times.

A Largo man who worked with local children for years will not face charge of conspiring to kidnap a child, The Tampa Bay Times reports.

This summer Ronald William Brown, 57, was accused of conspiring to kidnap a child and talking online about cooking and eating children and having child pornography at his Whispering Pines residence. Brown maintained his innocence of the charges, TBO.com reported.

Brown provided puppet and marionette shows to local children around the Tampa Bay area for many years through his Puppets Plus business.

Brown was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on one count of possessing child pornography and one count of receiving child pornography, The Times reports.

Here's the full story from the Tampa Bay Times.


More coverage:

  • Largo Puppeteer Waives Bail Hearing
  • Puppeteer's Home Searched Again in Child Porn Case
  • Puppeteer's Child Porn Arrest Shock's Local Church
  • Largo Puppeteer Claims Innocence in Child Porn Case


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