Articles Tagged with internet

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A man with a previous conviction involving a sex crime with a minor has been accused of walking 351 miles in an alleged attempt to fornicate with a teenager that he reportedly believed was 14-years-old.

On October 1, a man made contact with someone on Facebook using the name “Kylee” with the profile information of a 14-year-old girl. The girl was listed as a resident of Neenah, Wisconsin.

A Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputy with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force was operating the account associated with Kylee’s profile in an attempt to try to find people with the intention of making inappropriate contact with underage internet users.

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The long-term meteorologist at an Ohio CBS news station has been accused of possessing child pornography that he has allegedly been collecting for several years.

60-year-old Mike Davis, the Chief Meteorologist with WBNS-TV, has been employed with the news channel for just over 30 years.

A couple of weeks ago, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICACTF) was given information regarding pornography depicting youngsters that Davis allegedly had in his possession.

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A Vermont man is being charged for allegations that he was using an electronic device connected to the internet while driving, causing his vehicle to make an impact with a police car parked in the emergency lane.

Last Thursday afternoon, the driver of a vehicle who was having car troubles pulled to the side of the Interstate and called for police assistance so he would be safe from the surrounding traffic.

A Vermont State Police officer dispatched to the location and parked on the shoulder with his emergency flasher on so he could lend his assistance to the person experiencing the mechanical mishap.

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On Sunday in the San Francisco Valley, a woman allegedly let herself into someone’s home and proceeded to take off her clothes while recording and livestreaming the events of the purported burglary onto the internet.

Around 3:30 pm, a woman allegedly entered a residence without an invitation, and unknown and unaware to the owner, and made her way upstairs inside the home.

The alleged intruder ran into a resident that was at home and reportedly snatched their cell phone and used it to connect to a social media account on the internet.

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Two women are facing legal consequences for allegations that they allowed and encouraged three young children to participate in smoking what is believed was marijuana after a video was released of the reported incident and generated much attention while circulating the internet.

21-year-old Michaela Pearson and 18-year-old Candice Little from Winston-Salem were identified as the two women allegedly depicted in a video while in the company of three toddlers between the ages of 4 and 6.

The recording, which was uploaded to Snapchat and made its rounds throughout social media sites, showed two women who have been reported as having the physical appearances of Pearson and Little. The women were seated with three young children as an item with the appearance of a cigar was passed amongst them.

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A man who allegedly battered the woman with whom he resides due to his angry reaction over an unpaid internet bill is facing felony charges for the actions that he has been accused of.

On Tuesday, 39-year-old David Mann was reportedly in the middle of a fight with the 78-year-old woman that he refers to as his wife regarding financial issues. He was allegedly upset that the DirecTV services had been interrupted even though he had given $200 to ensure that the bill got paid.

During the course of the argument, the woman tried to exit the residence but Mann is suspected of following her and preventing her from leaving before pushing the alleged victim onto a bed and exerting pressure on her neck with his hands for a few seconds, as reflected in the arrest report.

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A man who worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services has been accused of having a collection of files on a computer, of which he is the purported owner, that contained several hundreds of digital images of pornography depicting children.

Last month, 54-year-old Carlos Enrique Castillo, a man who had a job with the LA DCFS, was allegedly found with more than 600 images in the form of digital pictures and videos on his PC that showed youngsters in a sexual manner.

An investigation into the situation reportedly uncovered details leading to the suspicion that Castillo not only had the pornographic materials but also had participated in sharing them online. The alleged activity has been reported as taking place over a period of approximately 120 days.

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On Saturday evening, a grandmother of two was arrested and accused of endangering her grandchildren when she took a drive with them placed in dog kennels in the back of her SUV for the trip.

Tennessee resident 62-year-old Leimome Cheeks is the grandmother of two children, ages 7 and 8. According to testimony given by some of her neighbors, she is known for being a good person and has often been seen outside playing with her grandchildren and dogs.

Cheeks reportedly took a road trip on the 95-degree evening going from Whitehaven to Collierville, with the children in tow. Cheeks had recently gotten two puppies and had their kennels in the rear of her vehicle. Her SUV was allegedly too full of items to allow the children to use the standard seats, so Cheeks asked them to ride in the kennels for the 30-minute trip instead.

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An elementary school special education teacher has been accused of stealing iPads that belong to the school district and reselling them for profit. Her boyfriend is also a suspect in the purported activity.

42-year-old Amanda Mirkovich has been employed with the Clark County School District in Las Vegas since 2013. For the past three years, she has been on an assignment as a special needs teacher at Tate Elementary School.

During the course of an investigation, authorities were sorting through the transaction records from the local pawn shops on April 3 when they discovered three iPads that raised their suspicions. Upon further inspection, they learned that the electronics had black stickers placed on the underside that seemed unusual. When the stickers were removed an engraving saying “Property of the Clark County School District” was revealed beneath the concealing label.

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A man riding his bicycle in Costa Mesa on Tuesday suffered from injuries after he was the victim of a hit and run incident. The alleged driver was detained after police sought public assistance through social media.

Around 8:30 a.m. on March 20 a man was riding his bike near a Costa Mesa intersection when a car made impact with him. The vehicle left the 56-year-old man wounded on the side of the road and drove off.

Someone noticed the cyclist injured in the street and alerted the authorities after approaching to assist him. Costa Mesa police along with Costa Mesa Fire and Rescue proceeded to the scene of the accident. The man was taken to a local hospital and diagnosed with a compound fracture of the ankle.