WILMINGTON – An area man has been charged with 30 counts of pandering to a minor.
John D. Potter, 67, of Wilmington, was arraigned Oct. 14 within the Clinton County Common Pleas Court. He is at the moment incarcerated within the Clinton County Jail.
According to the courtroom’s affidavit, on July 26, the Wilmington Police Department acquired a case from Internet Crimes Against (ICAC) to research. According to the affidavit, ICAC discovered on the suspect’s handle that “21 known child pornography and/or exploitation photos were downloaded onto an electronic device.”
Police decided that the footage contained photographs of youths between the ages of six and 16 and the pictures have been sexually express or provocative. Police decided that the youths weren’t native residents.
A search warrant was executed on the suspect’s residence on July 27. Electronic units have been confiscated from the residence. Including the suspect’s mobile phone and laptop computer.
During questioning by the police, the suspect allegedly acknowledged that he acquired the fabric from the Porn Socket web site. According to the report, a few of the movies contained bestiality. Police discovered 400-500 images and movies of kid pornography that contained sexually express acts and included girls and boys aged one to 16.
“(Potter) explained that users don’t know what content they’re getting until after they click the link they get. Mr. Potter pointed out that he does not derive sexual satisfaction from possessing and viewing child pornography. He shared that he had received child pornography from various Porn Socket users and was aware of the possibility that he would receive these types of videos each time they were leaked to him,” the report mentioned.
The police requested him why he saved coming to this website when there was a chance of receiving youngster pornography. Potter was “unable to provide a valid reason for his decision,” in response to the report.
Below are the names, ages and places of different folks not too long ago indicted by the native grand jury and the cost or indictments. All of the alleged felony exercise reportedly occurred in Clinton County.
• Charles J. Sambuchino, 41, of Cincinnati, was charged with one rape.
• Deonzay T. Belcher, 25, of Blanchester, was charged with one depend of felony assault and two counts of kid endangerment.
• Carla M. Long, 53, of Jeffersonville, was charged with one depend of non-compliance, two counts of vandalism and one depend of felony injury/endangerment.
• Kendra L. Holbert, 20, of Fairborn, was charged with one depend of illegally transporting medication/prohibited objects onto the premises of a detention heart and one depend of aggravated drug possession.
• Steven W. Black, 53, of New Lebanon, was charged with one depend of disabled gun possession, marijuana trafficking, drug possession and three counts of aggravated drug possession.
• Craig A. Shaver, 44, of Wilmington, was charged with two counts of aggravated drug trafficking, two counts of aggravated drug possession and one depend of tampering with proof.
• Elisha W. Collett, 28, at massive, was charged with non-compliance, possession of a weapon whereas disabled, possession of a fentanyl-related compound and possession of aggravated medication.
• Scott T. McMurry, 44, of Greenfield, was charged with improperly dealing with a firearm in a motorcar.
• Sonya J. Barnett, 45, of Wilmington, was charged with one depend of aggravated drug possession and one depend of possession of a fentanyl-related compound.
• Adam M. Dunn, 19, of Wilmington, was charged with trafficking cannabis.
• Ryan S. Burlison, 30, of Columbus, was concerned in a single depend of theft and two counts of forgery.
• Keith R. Goodwin, 67, of Wilmington, was incited to personal weapons below a incapacity.
• Kenyette Nelms, 40, of Columbus, was charged with possession of weapons, a incapacity and critical drug possession.
• Ricky Williams, 65, of Hillsboro, was charged with drug possession.
• Ronald G. Brooks, 36, of Sabina, was charged with aggravated drug possession.
• Kali E. Bartram, 24, of Hillsboro, was charged with aggravated drug possession.
• Blaze C. Stockton, 18, of the Washington Court House, was charged with aggravated drug possession.
• Cassondra M. Richardson, 30, at massive, was charged with aggravated drug possession.
• Paul A. Pendleton, 37, of Dayton, was charged with complicity in overt dumping and obstruction of justice.
• Woody’s Dumpster Rental LLC of Kettering was charged in an open dump case.
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