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Man jailed on child porn charges

A North Syracuse man has been charged with several counts of promoting a sexual performance of a child following a month-long investigation.

The investigation, executed by the North Syracuse police, the state police computer crimes unit and the district attorney's office's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, came to a head Oct. 19 when police arrested Michael A. Dolson, 47, of 120 Maple Manor Drive. He has been charged with 13 counts of promoting a sexual performance of a child and two counts of possessing a sexual performance of a child, all felonies.

Computers and other digital equipment, including cell phones and cameras, were seized when a search warrant was executed at Dolson's home, police said.

Dolson, who is listed as the Cicero-North Syracuse Field Hockey Booster Club president on the club's website, was arraigned in North Syracuse Village Court and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice Center in lieu of $100,000 cash bail or $200,000 bond.

He remains incarcerated at the justice center and will return Monday Oct. 25 to North Syracuse court.

Police said additional details of the case cannot be released at this time as the investigation is continuing.

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