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34 Valley child sex crime suspects arrested in Operation Broken Hearts | #predators | #childpredators | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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(Facebook Photo/Phoenix Police Department)   PHOENIX – Operation Broken Hearts, a multi-agency Phoenix-area sting targeting sexual predators, yielded 34 arrests on a variety of child sex crime charges, authorities said […]

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#infosec | Six-Year-Old Brits Suspects in Sexting Offenses

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British police have been investigating children as young as six over their involvement in sexting offenses. 

Figures released by London’s Metropolitan Police Service reveal that between January 2017 and August 2019, a total of 353 children aged from six to thirteen were investigated in relation to sending and receiving sexual images. 

Sexting investigations involving children under age 14 have increased dramatically since figures began to be recorded two and a half years ago. In 2017, 92 under-14s were investigated. In 2018, the figure rose to 151, and in the first six months of last year, 110 under-14s were recorded as sexting suspects.

The true figures could be far higher, said the Met, which is not seeking to prosecute children, but to raise awareness among kids and their parents about the law. 

“We do not want to criminalize young people unnecessarily—we want to educate them so that they can be better informed about the legal position and mindful about the potential pitfalls of an activity many of them might regard as nothing out of the ordinary,” said Detective Superintendent Zena Marshall.

The Met said that many youngsters had no idea that taking, sharing, or possessing sexually explicit pictures of children under age 18 was a crime. Others said that images of them had been distributed without their consent. 

“We know that many young people do not realize that creating or sharing explicit images of an under-18 is against the law, even if the persons doing it are children themselves, and as police we have a duty to record allegations concerning sexting when they are reported to us,” said Marshall.

“Someone could be classed as a victim, witness or suspect, depending on the circumstances.”

Scotland Yard—the Met’s London headquarters—said that the force received sexting reports involving children from a number of sources, including parents, schools, youth clubs, local authorities, and the children themselves. 

A report published by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) last month found that a third of child sex abuse images online are originally posted by the children themselves in the hopes of winning social approval.

The Met said that the exchange of sexually explicit images amongst teenagers was now a “societal norm,” and that online indecent image offenses as a whole had risen by 130 percent since 2016.

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Watertown Police seeking suspects in credit card theft

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The Watertown Police Department is currently seeking information to help them locate two individuals suspected of credit card fraud. The Watertown Police Department has active arrest warrants for Erica Saucier, 27, and Christopher Main, 26; both of a last known address of 33 Oak Stree in Thomaston. According to police,…

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Authorities searching for multiple identity theft suspects in the Victor Valley

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Authorities searching for multiple identity theft suspects in the Victor Valley

Authorities from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Victor Valley Station are searching for several identity theft suspects they believe have used stolen debit card information to make approximately $2,100 worth of purchases throughout the Victor Valley.
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Cheyenne Police Seek Vehicle Burglary, Credit Card Fraud Suspects Caught on Camera Read More: Cheyenne Police Seek Vehicle Burglary, Credit Card Fraud Suspects Caught on Camera

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The Cheyenne Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man and woman who are suspects in a vehicle burglary and credit card fraud case that occurred between August 20-22.
The two were caught on surveillance video walking

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Credit card fraud suspects taken for evidence collection

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Credit card fraud suspects taken for evidence collection

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Central Police on Wednesday took the accused in the credit card fraud here to three business establishments, including a prominent jewellery group where they had made purchases using fake credit card.
According to officials, accused Mohammed Nuhman (32),

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Police track down hacker suspects wanted by FBI

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Police track down hacker suspects wanted by FBI

TOURISM police have detained two foreign suspects who allegedly stole the equivalent of billions of baht online from people in many countries. The suspects have been identified as Russian Dmitry Ukrainskiy, 44, and Uzbek Olga Komova, 25. They were arrested at the request of the FBI, which began investigating the duo in 2014 after intercepting […]

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Police offer reward to find ID theft suspects

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Police offer reward to find ID theft suspects

Two suspects are accused of identity theft and police are offering a reward to help find the suspects. Phoenix Police say two people broke into a woman’s vehicle at Planet Fitness at 3rd Street and Bell Road on July 26th of this year at about 6:20pm.  Her wallet was among the personal items stolen from her vehicle. Police say two suspects walked into a Bank of America a couple of weeks later, on August 10th at about 2:50pm.  Officers say the two people tried to use the victim’s information to withdraw money from her account.  When the teller began asking questions about the identification the suspect showed, both suspects then took off in a vehicle. The first suspect is described as a 25-year-old Hispanic woman, about five feet five inches tall weighing 120 pounds with brown hair.  The second suspect is described as a 25-year-old white man, about five feet ten inches tall.  They reportedly left the bank in a white two-door vehicle with a sunroof. If you have any information, you’re asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.  You can remain anonymous and there is a reward involved. Source: http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/54615171-story

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Bank teller scares off suspects in ID theft case

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Bank teller scares off suspects in ID theft case

Two suspects in a Phoenix identity theft case last summer remain on the run andPOLICE need help finding them. Silent Witness is offering aREWARD of up to $1,000 leading to the arrests and convictions of the pair. A man and a Hispanic woman, both in their mid-20s, are suspected of breaking into a woman’s vehicle parked at Planet Fitness at 320 E. Bell Rd. and stealing her wallet at 6:20 p.m. on July 26. Several weeks later, on Aug. 10, the two suspects entered a Bank of America branch at 4402 E. Camelback Rd. at 2:50 p.m. The woman approached a teller and tried to use the victim’s personal information to withdraw cash from herBANKING ACCOUNT, according to Silent Witness Sgt. Jamie Rothschild. When the teller started questioning the ID the woman had presented, both suspects ran out of the building and fled in a white, two-door vehicle equipped with a sunroof. The Hispanic woman is described as 5’5” tall and weighs 120 pounds. She has brown hair. The man is 5’10” tall. No further description was provided. Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS or 480-TESTIGO. People can also call Silent Witness detectives toll free at 1-800-343-TIPS. Your […]

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Suspects used fraudulent credit cards at three Rock Hill stores

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Suspects used fraudulent credit cards at three Rock Hill stores

Three New York City residents were jailed onCREDIT CARD FRAUDcharges after they used fraudulent cards to purchase more than $2,000 in merchandise, according to Rock Hill Police. Shakera Louise Brown, 24, of Staten Island, 24-year-old Jewel Wilson of Brooklyn and 24-year-old Lashawn Ray Wilkerson, also of Brooklyn, were each charged with six counts ofFINANCIAL transaction card fraud, six counts of identity theft and five counts of conspiracy, according to jail records. All three remained in the York County Detention Center on Monday under $255,000 bond each. Officers responded to Best Buy on Chamberside Drive Friday after three people tried to use fraudulent cards to purchase merchandise andA GIFT CARD, according to a police report. The suspects fled in a black Nissan Altima that officers pulled over as it tried to leave the parking lot. The driver, Wilkerson, was “nervous and shaking,” police said. The vehicle was a rental; however, neither aRENTAL AGREEMENT nor the person who rented the vehicle were inside the car. Officers found four fraudulent credit cards in Brown’s phone case inside the car, police said. They found another fraudulent card and a list ofCREDIT CARD NUMBERS in Brown’s purse. A Best Buy employee told police Wilkerson was […]

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