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Police: Teens who shared nude photos will not be confronted with costs

SOUTHINGTON, Conn. – Southington police say 14 children accused of sharing nude photos and inappropriate text messages will not be charged.

The police started the investigation two weeks ago, when a adult administrators from Joseph A. DePaolo junior High School there were pictures of naked people on a student phone.

The police Sgt. Jeffrey Dobratz says they discovered that both the students of that school and John F. Kennedy High School were sharing inappropriate text messages and photos with each other via social media.

The police says that they labeled the incident as a “delinquent act,” and refers the student to a juvenile review board, which is a community-based diversion program.

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