Fulton resident arrested, charged with child exploitation

Daily Journal

FULTON – A Fulton resident is jailed after the Attorney General’s Office Cyber Crime Division conducted a “knock and talk” investigation Monday at his home.

James Mark House, 49, was arrested and charged with two counts of child exploitation. He also faces charges of attempting to manufacture marijuana from the Itawamba County Sheriff’s Department.

If convicted, House faces up to 40 years in jail on the child exploitation charges.