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San Jose Police Seek Help in Identifying Perp

Date: July 06, 2004
Source: Computer Crime Research Center
By: Robert T DeMarco

Robert Martin Brown, a 50 year old Newark man, was arrested by the San Jose police on suspicion of sending sexually graphic material over the Internet to an undercover detective posing as a preteen girl. Police are concerned that Brown might have contacted other teenagers and released his screen name,``Dewaltman50''.

Anyone with information is asked to call detective David Gonzalez of the San Jose Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force/Child Exploitation Unit at (408) 277-4102. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (408) 947-STOP.

You can read about Crimes Against Children on the Internet at Watch Right Internet Crimes Against Children Weblog
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About the Author

Robert T DeMarco is CEO of IP Group in Herndon VA. IP Group offers software communication tools for use on the Internet. These include: PowerTools, Watch Right, Always on Time and IM Frame. Mr. DeMarco is the author/editor of several Weblogs and is also a member of the High Tech Crimes Industry Association (HTCIA). Mr. DeMarco spent 20 years on Wall Street during his second career.

Robert T DeMarco
IP Group Inc.
mailto: rtdemarco@aol.com

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