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A Ball State University employee was arrested Wednesday for possession of child pornography. MUNCIE, Ind. — Ball State University Police arrested a former university employee for possession of child pornography. Police arrested Robert Yadon, a former professor of Information and Communications Sciences, following an investigation assisted by the Indiana State Police Cyber Crime Unit. Ball State University officials were stunned to learn that an X-rated film involving students was shot more than two years ago in a distinguished mansion normally reserved for seminars. "Vampire Diaries" director Christopher Gregory filmed his movie at the university-owned Kitselman Center, a short walk.



Employees Brian Siebenaler, Randal Ray Schmidt and Robert Yadon were all caught with child porn on their campus computers, according to university press releases. Club fencing coach Brian Koby, who is not technically a Ball State employee, was caught at home, according to the probable cause. Ball State employee arrested for child porn. MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) — For the third month in a row, has Ball State employee has been arrested for possession of child pornography. Robert Yadon, a former professor of Information and Communications Sciences, was arrested on Monday. Ball State University. Chris Proffitt/Eyewitness News. Muncie - A film shot at Ball State has the university blushing. It's an X-rated horror flick, and Ball State says it was duped into allowing filmmakers to shoot it on campus. What Ball State University thought would be a horror film shot in one of its buildings wasn't what's now on.

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