Trial scheduled for man in child pornography case – The Bismarck Tribune
A Bismarck man is scheduled to stand trial in June for allegedly downloading images of child pornography.
Jared Hulm, 24, faces a Class C felony charge of possession of certain materials prohibited. He has pleaded not guilty. His trial was scheduled on Monday for June 27.
According to an affidavit from Parole and Probation Officer Duane Johnson, officers went to a Baldwin home to conduct a probation search on a man on probation for failing to register as a sex offender. The man wasn’t home, but Hulm, his roommate, was.
The officers found 15 images of child pornography on a computer, determined to have belonged to Hulm, in the living room, Johnson wrote. The affidavit said Hulm admitted to saving 10 photographs on his computer.
Court documents now list a Bismarck address for Hulm.