Fairfax piano teacher charged with possessing child pornography
A Fairfax County piano teacher who was convicted of possession of child pornography more than a decade ago was arrested earlier this month and charged with the same crime, Fairfax County police said Wednesday.
Charles D. Dillon, 59, of the 6900 block of Spelman Drive in West Springfield, was charged with four counts of possession of child pornography on March 1.
According to the Virginia State Police sex offender registry, Dillon was convicted in federal court in 1998 of possession of child pornography with the intent to distribute.
Dillon was arrested by Fairfax County police in October 2009 for failing to inform state officials when he set up the Piano Dreams Web site, which advertises a studio that offers lessons to children and adults. He was later convicted on that charge.
State law requires that registered sex offenders notify authorities within 30 minutes of changes to their Internet communication.
The investigation in that case led to the current charges, police said.
-- Maria Glod
March 10, 2010; 10:51 AM ET
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