Blog Posts in January, 2011

  • Andrew West Reid Jr. was recently convicted of Child Molestation and Possession of Child Pornography. Reid molested and took explicit photographs of his daughter's 6-year-old friend, after the girl's mother had dropped her off at Reid's home so that she could go to Disneyland with his family. After his arrest, an FBI investigation uncovered over 500 images of of nude children and child erotica on ...
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  • Man who used Craigslist to solicit a minor for sex pleads guilty

    || 20-Jan-2011

    Howard Houchen Wang was arrested after soliciting a 13-year-old girl for sex through Craigslist. Wang had sent the girl lewd e-mails, erotic pictures of himself and arranged to pay her for sex before he drove to Huntington Beach to meet her. Instead, he was met by police. The "girl" had been a Huntington Beach Police detective who was posing as a minor in order to catch sexual predators. Wang ...
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  • If you are arrested in California, police can now search the contents of your cell phone without obtaining a search warrant. In a 5-2 decision, the California Supreme Court recently ruled that the loss of privacy upon arrest extends beyond the arrestee's body to include any personal property immediately associated with the arrestee at the time of arrest. The Court was ruling on a case from Ventura ...
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