Man indicted, accused of threatening to distribute nude photos of women if they didn't give him more nude photos

awomack@macon.comJune 3, 2014 

James Woodall

Bibb County grand jurors have indicted a 23-year-old Macon man on allegations he threatened to distribute nude photos of two women if they didn't give him additional nude photos of themselves.

James Miles Woodall is charged with computer pornography, computer forgery, computer trespass, computer invasion of privacy, stalking and two counts of criminal attempt to commit a felony, according to an indictment filed Tuesday in Bibb County Superior Court.

The indictment alleges Woodall used a computer in 2010 to transmit a nude photo of one of the women, who at the time of the photo was under 16.

He also changed or deleted the woman's Facebook and email passwords, according to the indictment.

Woodall additionally is accused of contacting the other woman via email "for the purpose of harassing and intimidating" her, according to the court document.

In 2010, Woodall was charged with theft and computer forgery charges. He was released on $7,000 bond the same day, according to Bibb County jail records.

A call to Woodall's lawyer wasn't immediately returned Tuesday.

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