A man awaiting a new trial in his co-worker's death in Kentucky has now been charged with child pornography offenses.
News outlets cite Boone County court records as saying David Dooley is accused of possessing or viewing material portraying a sexual performance involving someone younger than 16. Dooley was charged with the new offenses last month, and a judge denied his motion to seal the file Tuesday.
Dooley was granted a retrial last year after a judge concluded surveillance video was new, crucial evidence withheld from his defense attorneys. The janitor was convicted of murder in the 2012 death of 42-year-old Michelle Mockbee. She was found beaten outside her office at a biotech company.
Records say Dooley remains jailed. It's unclear if he has a lawyer who could comment.