The trial of a Monticello man charged with computer child pornography has been reset to November. Russell Langley, 62, will go to trial the week of November 17 with pretrial hearings on any motions scheduled for October 26. His jury trial was originally scheduled for September 22.
Langley is alleged to have used a computer online service or internet service between the dates of March 21 and March 24 to “seduce, solicit or entice, or attempt to seduce, solicit or entice” a child or someone he believed to be a child “to engage in sexually explicit conduct,” according to a charging document filed April 1 by 10th Judicial District Prosecutor Thomas Deen.
Langley pleaded not guilty.
Langley was arrested at his home on March 24. He was released on a $20,000 bond and was ordered to not use the internet or social media and have no contact with certain individuals, according to court documents.