Maryland State Police Beat: Brian Jackson of Lusby charged with distribution of child porn

As a result of the investigation a search and seizure warrant was executed at Jackson’s residence during December 2014 by a Maryland State Police Computer Crimes investigator and agents from the Department of Homeland Security, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, and the Calvert County State’s Attorney’s Office. Investigators identified Jackson as the focus of the investigation. Execution of the search warrant resulted in the seizure of Jackson’s computer which contained images of child pornography.

Maryland Police Beat: Cops – James John Stanley has been dealing in child porn

Cops nab man, they say, has been dealing in child porn

RISING SUN, MD. – Maryland State Police investigators seized evidence from the home of James John Stanley, 28, of 10 W. Main Street in Rising Sun, Md. That evidence, they report will substantiate charges of child pornography, they have placed against him. Stanley is now incarcerated pending bail being posted.

Two Germantown Md. men involved in child porn ring; Florida man gets life sentence for child sex abuse

Through the investigation, law enforcement obtained computer hard drives that belonged to two of the group’s members, Mark J. Newton and Peter Truong, who were sentenced to serve 40 years in prison and 30 years in prison, respectively, for their crimes.

Forensic examination of the hard drives yielded images and videos of boys being sexually abused.
Revay was a member of that online chat group.

In 1997, Revay and Truong were living together in an apartment in Germantown, Maryland, where they enticed a then-12-year-old child to come to their apartment. They sexually abused the victim on numerous occasions and took pictures and videos of the abuse.
On March 19, 2013, as part of the investigation, law enforcement officers executed a federal search warrant at Revay’s residence in Oakland Park, Florida.

Virginia College Dean Michael G. Morris sentenced on child porn conviction

Michael G. Morris, who used the screen name “funshooter2006,” age 50, of Crozet, Virginia was indicted in 2013 and pleaded guilty on April 21, 2014 to two counts of distributing or receiving images of child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography. During the offenses charged, Morris was employed as an associate dean at the University of Virginia’s McIntyre School of Commerce. Morris was sentenced today before U.S. District Judge Norman K. Moon to 106 months in prison followed by 20 years of supervised release.

“Michael Morris was an associate dean at one of our country’s top universities, but instead of inspiring young minds academically, he was sharing and viewing pornographic images of young children,” said Assistant Attorney General Caldwell. “Today’s sentence demonstrates that those who trade and possess child pornography, no matter what positions of authority they may hold, will face the consequences for fueling an industry that causes immense damage to children.”

Janitor at synagogue charged with sharing kiddie porn

Further investigation indicated that this source was located in a home in the 6600 block of Edenvale Road 21209. Detectives served a search and seizure warrant on that home and recovered numerous computer storage media items. Some of these items were found to contain images of child pornography.

The investigation has indicated that 44-year-old Jonathan J Lewin of the home in the 6600 block of Edenvale Road 21209 was responsible for the images on the computer storage media and that he knowingly and willfully possessed and distributed child pornography. He was taken into custody by detectives at the home.

Lusby man pleads guilty to molesting babies and toddlers with internet kiddie porn scheme

Gazafi was subsequently identified and arrested. At the time of his arrest, Gazafi was carrying multiple digital media items. A forensic examination of those items and others seized from his residence revealed videos and images that Gazafi produced of children engaged in sexually explicit conduct, including one child as young as 5 months old. The images also depict children bound and handcuffed while sleeping. Gazafi is a non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force working at Andrews Air Force Base