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Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A tentative plea agreement has been worked out between a former University of Minnesota-Rochester professor and Olmsted County prosecutors to settle charges involving the possession of pornography by a person previously convicted of child pornography crimes.

According to court documents, 53-year-old Christopher Dezutter has agreed to enter guilty pleas to two counts of Possess Pornographic Work-Previous Conviction. In exchange, the Olmsted County Attorney’s Office has agreed to dismiss five other charges. The proposed plea deal calls for a prison sentence ranging from just under four years to just over five years in prison.

He was charged in January after Rochester police were notified that a monitoring app installed on Dezutter's cell phone as part of his probation had detected pornographic images on the device. Dezutter was previously sentenced to four years in prison for a child pornography conviction in 2017 for an offense that occurred while he was on probation for a 2015 child pornography conviction that involved the discovery of child porn evidence on his UM-R issued laptop and a personal computer.

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