The measure, approved by the Legislature, is intended to close a loophole in the state’s 1996 prohibition on possessing child porn.
Internet scams are getting more and more sophisticated and Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen says the latest one is a real beaut.
Suffolk County Police arrested 42-year-old Vincent Sparagano of Lindenhurst Wednesday morning and charged him with one count of possessing a sexual performance by a child.
Christopher Teague, of Coram, was arrested Wednesday after police said they received a tip from the New York State Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Suffolk County police arrested Damien O’Brien, 32, and charged him with one of count of possessing a sexual performance by a child.
Shawn Mead, 44, is a custodian at Lincoln Avenue Elementary in Sayville.
ording to U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, 560 customers in 47 states have been already convicted for distributing and using the hardcore site run by 33-year-old Maksym Shynkarenko.
Lee Moir, 34, of Toronto, Ontario, allegedly tried to force the girl to perform sex acts on a video chat by threatening to hurt her family, prosecutors said.
The defendants, who range in age from 17 to 66, have been charged with distribution and possession of child pornography.
A former Southern California teacher has been arrested for allegedly exchanging sexually explicit images with a 13-year-old New Jersey girl.
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray says police found images and videos of underage girls on 29-year-old Andre DeMelo’s laptop computer after searching his Newark apartment Tuesday.
Gavin Swiatek, 49, was arrested Tuesday at his Hillsborough home and charged with second-degree distribution of child pornography and fourth-degree possession of child pornography.
New Jersey teenagers caught texting or posting sexually explicit photos online could avoid prosecution under a measure approved by a state Senate panel Monday.
Hartford’s St. Francis Hospital has settled 32 lawsuits involving a now-dead doctor suspected of molesting scores of children over three decades.
A court removed Judge Gary Sharpe from the resentencing of a man in a child pornography case, saying he was wrong to let his theory that a gene causes child porn consumption to affect his sentencing decisions.
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