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Montgomery County prosecutors charged Henry Sanchez Milian, 18, and Jose Montano, 17, with possession of child pornography after discovering an explicit video of a 14-year-old girl on the defendants’ cellphones.
But the girl — who recorded and first sent the video — has not been charged.
That’s up from 41.7 percent in 2013 and 28.1 percent in 2005.
The city teen rate of game-playing is 4 points higher than the national average.