A Ukrainian man who authorities said could be the most significant distributor of child pornography ever prosecuted in the U.S. was sentenced to 30 years in prison Tuesday.
New legislation has been proposed in light of a recent massive sexual predator bust. Proponents said the legislation will better protect children.
Sen. Charles Schumer wants to give youth organizations access to a federal crime database when screening seeking to volunteer or work with children.
A 22-year-old man who worked for the past three years at an after-school program in the Bronx is facing federal charges for producing and distributing child pornography.
A disturbing school sexting scandal could lead to child pornography charges for some New Jersey middle school students.
An NYPD officer stood charged Tuesday with possessing child pornography, after investigators allegedly found videos on his computer showing underage girls engaging in lewd acts.
A 16-year-old student at Passaic Valley High School and her boyfriend were arrested and charged with possessing naked photos of the boy’s ex-girlfriend, who is also a student at the school.
Brian Faford, 25, and 57-year-old Donald Faford, both of East Lyme were arrested. Computers seized from the home contained hundreds of images and videos of suspected child pornography, police said.
Prosecutors say the images were discovered April 1 by a technician at a Best Buy electronics store in Long Island City where Michael Murray, 61, took the laptop to be repaired.
SeanMichael Pagano, 37, of Mount Sinai, was being held without bail following his arrest Thursday on charges he downloaded videos depicting young girls engaged in sexual acts with adults. Pagano has worked as a high school and college lacrosse coach.
Lt. Diedrich Hohn said an early morning raid revealed hundreds of images downloaded onto the computer operated solely by 35-year-old Oziel Mazariegos.
A Brooklyn rabbi and teacher at a girls’ seminary was arrested by federal agents Wednesday, on charges that he was downloading and distributing child pornography.
A former air marshal from Long Island, already serving 20 years in prison for sexually abusing young boys has now had another 90 years added to his sentence for asking one of them to help destroy child pornography.
The arrests were part of “Operation Predator Alert,” the first sweep of its kind under New Jersey’s tough new child pornography law.
A southern New Jersey man admitted this week that he made numerous child pornography images and videos available online.