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February 20, 2013
Three suspected Internet predators arrested
The Office of Attorney General’s Child Predator Unit announced the arrest of three men, who are accused of using the Internet to sexually proposition what they believed were underage girls. In three separate incidents, the men allegedly traveled to locations in Pennsylvania in order to meet the “girls” for sex.
“Our Child Predator Unit continues to aggressively investigate and prosecute those who commit heinous acts against our kids,” said Kane. “Criminals, who intend to contact children over the Internet for indecent purposes, should plan on spending time in jail.”
The defendants are identified as follows:
• Robert Stewart, 61, of Reisterstown (Baltimore County), MD;
• Joshua Martin, 32, of Wrightsville (York County), PA; and
• Dennis Belles, 45, of Evans City (Butler County), PA. CONTINUE READING›
February 27, 2013
Predators use social networking to lure local kids into sex work
By Tania Dall, WWLT
NEW ORLEANS — It is happening across the country and right here in the New Orleans metro area. Pimps are targeting popular social networking sites to recruit kids as sex workers, and local law enforcement agencies are fighting back.
“It is a cat and mouse game. Sometimes we’re ahead of them, other times they’re ahead of us,” said Toby Aguillard with the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children Division.
“I can think of no better place than to go online on any one of the social networking sites and you will find children — whatever age group you’re interested in — they will be there, if not in the hundreds, but thousands,” said Aguillard. CONTINUE READING›