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Police Crack Code

California police say they have cracked most of the code used in notebooks kept by a man accused of child molestation.

Dean Schwartzmiller is apparently not talking to police about allegations he molested multiple boys. But the notebooks and an inch-and-a-half thick manuscript he left behind may be speaking for him.

Police say the notes apparently chronicle crimes both real and imagined.  There's also a lengthy typed memoir. 

Schwartzmiller is being held without bail on one count of aggravated sexual assault on a child under 14 and six counts of lewd and lascivious conduct on a child under 14 involving two 12-year-old cousins.

He faces two life sentences if convicted. His next court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.

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