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Conditi njoag. Collaborative operation targeting offenders sexually exploiting children online was launched in response to ongoing heightened level of cyber threats to children during COVID 19 pandemic. Attorney General warns parents and offers tips to keep children safe. Ruotolo, Director. Grewal today announced arrests of 31 individuals who are charged with sexually exploiting children online.
Two men are charged with sexually assaulting or attempting to sexually assault children, and two other men are charged with manufacturing or attempting to manufacture child sexual abuse materials by extorting or soliciting sexually explicit images of children they encountered via gaming or social media apps. That is 39 percent higher than the total of 2, tips for the entire year inand on pace to exceed the total of 6, for all ofwhich included 10 months of the COVID pandemic. Many cases in the operation stemmed from NCMEC tips, while others stemmed from law enforcement referrals or proactive online investigations.
The men arrested in the three-month operation range in age from 18 to They are variously charged with crimes including attempted human trafficking, attempted sexual assault, criminal sexual contact, sharing obscene material with a minor, attempted theft by extortion, and manufacturing, distribution, and possession of child sexual abuse material.
Ryan Olson. Olson, 20, of Williamstown, N. One year-old victim allegedly sent Olson a sexually explicit video of herself. He allegedly responded by sending her a sexually explicit photo of himself. The investigation began with a referral related to a victim in the United Kingdom. Ndachi Ndungu. Ndungu, 25, of Jersey City, N. Further investigation by the New Jersey State Police and Division of Criminal Justice revealed that Ndungu allegedly chatted with numerous other potential victims between the ages of 7 and 15 on Discord.
Ndungu allegedly used the same method with victims. He allegedly would obtain an image of the child and then threaten to share it on social media or threaten to report the victim to Discord. He allegedly would threaten the children until they agreed to send more explicit photos.
Robert Reinhart. Reinhart, 52, of Telford, Pa. During the investigation, Reinhart allegedly communicated via text messages with undercover detectives posing as the adult sister of the girl. The girl did not actually exist. Reinhart was arrested on April 1 after he traveled to West Deptford, N. Samuel Santiago. Santiago, 54, of Carteret, N. Santiago allegedly assaulted the victim by touching her genitals both over and under her clothing.
After Santiago was arrested, investigators discovered that he allegedly had numerous videos of child sexual abuse material on his cell phone.
We urge parents and guardians to warn children about the threats that exist on social media and popular gaming sites, and to watch for s that has been subjected to online abuse. Arrests also have been made involving the gaming apps Fortnite, Minecraft, and Discord. Attorney General Grewal urged parents to familiarize themselves with these and other apps and warn their children about sharing information with strangers.
There can be no higher priority than protecting our children. Parents can the fight by talking to their children about the dangers of online predators and closely monitoring their online activity. By pooling our resources together and working collaboratively, we are best able to protect the most vulnerable—our children. Sadly, since the start of the pandemic, predators have used the internet to invade our homes and put our children at risk. This t operation is deed to confront what we know is an ongoing threat. It was successful in large measure because law enforcement worked together.
Collaboration is always important but especially so when predators literally have a worldwide web to stalk and prey on children. Stephens, II. To the contrary, we remain committed and vigilant, and never allow geography or jurisdictional boundaries to slow our collective efforts.
It is unsettling and a testament to the diligent work of our detectives and ICAC Task Force Officers who are unrelenting in their efforts to hold these individuals able for their exploitation of our most vulnerable victims. The hard work and dedication of all law enforcement involved made this operation a success, resulting in three arrests in Warren County, which will make our county safer for all children. The charges against the defendants are merely accusations and they are pd innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.
Attorney General Grewal thanked U. Collaborative operation targeting offenders sexually exploiting children online was launched in response to ongoing heightened level of cyber threats to children during COVID 19 pandemic Attorney General warns parents and offers tips to keep children safe.
The arrests, made between April 1 and June 30,include the following cases: Ryan Olson. Student and employee of online retailer. Arrested June Ndachi Ndungu, 25, of Jersey City, N. Temporary Employee. Arrested May Robert Reinhart, 52, of Telford, Pa. Construction Employee. Arrested April 1. Samuel Santiago, 54, of Carteret, N. Retired Hudson County corrections officer.
Peter Eskow, 45, of Perth Amboy, N. Technology manager. Eskow allegedly possessed more than 80, files of child sexual abuse material on an external hard drive. George Oakes, 57, of Belvidere, N. Construction employee. Arrested April Johnathan Valencia, 36, of Wayne, N. Restaurant manager. Arrested May 4.
Justin Holtz, 20, of Southampton, N. Farm worker. Arrested June 4. Jonathan Dunston, 53, of Pemberton, N. Truck stop employee. Eugene Kim, 20, of Evesham, N. Joshua Gamboa, 20, of Bellmawr, N. Army Reserve. Matthew Porch, 19, of Cherry Hill, N. Student and HVAC technician.
Employment unknown. Fabian Cervantes, 18, of West Orange, N. Student and restaurant employee. Joshua Hunt, 28, of Paulsboro, N. Brian Lusardi, 48, of Glendora, N. Skating rink employee. Ryan Becker, 32, of South Amboy, N. Warehouse worker.
Derrick J. Anannab, 39, of Holmdel, N. Medical assistant. Restaurant employee. Carl Aliwalas, 29, of Neptune Township, N. John Coluzzi, 22, of Manalapan, N. Train operator for New York City Transit. Arrested May 5.part 2. sex 😯 chat. girl and boy.. 😘cuty 🥰Girl se sat😮sexy bate #sexychating #sexcaht #gilrboysex
Adam Cohen, 45, of Oxford, N. Arrested on June Retail Associate. Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Material 2nd degree, over 1, items. Keith Rodenbach, 55, of Mays Landing, N. Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Material 3rd degree. Phong Nguyen, 44, of Pennsauken, N. Nail technician.
Gordon Strater, 55, of Blackwood, N. Postal Service carrier. Hau Tran, 47, of Pennsauken, N. James Camille, 65, of Cherry Hill, N. Eugenio Dalessandro, 52, of Woolwich, N. Edward Robles, 34, of Sewell, N. Arrested May 3. Franco Grasparil, 21, of Sayreville, N.Sex chats Cherry Hill New Jersey
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