COLLEGE STATION – Four years after being convicted of having one of the largest child pornography collections in Brazos County history, Gregg Baird is getting out on parole.
Baird was the vice president of a local credit union when he pleaded guilty in 2010 to possession of child porn. Police found more than 65,000 images of child pornography on Gregg Baird’s computer.
He was sentenced to 15-years in prison. But, he is being released after serving four.
Baird will be on probation for 10-years. He has to register as a sex offender, undergo counseling and cannot be within 1,000 feet of any place frequented by minors (school, daycare, playground, park, etc.) He is also not allowed to own a smartphone or tablet capable of connecting to the internet. He must also allow his home to be searched at any time.
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