Iron Mountain man charged in case involving minor children

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DICKINSON COUNTY, Mich. (WLUC) - An Iron Mountain man is charged with multiple felony charges in relation to capturing or distributing images of unclothed minors.

Scott Grubb, 46, is charged with 2nd degree home invasion, three counts of using computers to commit a crime, and three counts of capturing or distributing pictures of unclothed minors.

A probable cause conference is scheduled for Thursday, August 30.

Grubb was arrested on August 13, 2018. According to Kingsford Public Safety, Grubb was involved with minor children between July 2017 and November 2017. These incidences were revealed to police on August 12, 2018.

Police say there are multiple victims and they anticipate more to come forward. Grubb’s telephones, cell phone, and computers were seized and sent to the Michigan State Police Crime Lab to be investigated. Internet accounts, including Amazon and social media accounts are also being looked at for evidence.

This investigation is ongoing.

The Dickinson County District Judge, Julie LaCost and Dickinson County Prosecutor removed themselves from the case due to conflict of interest.

Marquette Prosecutor Matthew Weise and Judge Karl Weber will be handling the case. According to Dickinson County Courts, hearings will still take place in Dickinson County, but the Marquette judge and prosecutor will be in Marquette over video.



 
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