"HotDaddy1911" Makes First Court Appearance in Fort Wayne

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"HotDaddy1911" Makes First Court Appearance in Fort Wayne

Andrew Beck, a former Fort Wayne police officer, is charged with child solicitation and possession of child pornography, after police say he had an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A former Fort Wayne police officer charged with Child Solicitation and Possession of Child Pornography made his first court appearance Friday.

WANE-TV says Andrew Beck was forced to give up his badge and gun as part of the trial.

Beck was arrested in September for having an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl from Wayne High School, and had nearly 50 different Snapchat accounts -- one of them named "bushwacker1911" -- to communicate with and send sexual photos to other teenage girls.

Police say Beck also had a Gmail account with the name "hotdaddy1911."

(PHOTO: Fort Wayne Police Department)

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