City officials have suspended the services of a nonprofit group that was receiving taxpayer funding to provide art lessons to children after the founder and director was charged in federal court with possession of child pornography.
The federal charges prompted a local investigation into whether any children were harmed when under the care of Kid Serve founder and director 46-year-old Anthony Josef Norris. Read More
A nonprofit director who receives city funding to provide art instruction to San Francisco youth was charged with possession of child pornography, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.46-year-old Anthony Josef Norris is the founder and director of Kid Serve, a nonprofit that provides art lessons to children throughout the Bay Area. Norris appeared in U.S. District Court Thursday morning on the charges and posted a $200,000 bond. Read More