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Charges: Toney, 41, of Trenton used a mobile app to solicit an undercover detective whom he believed was a 14-year-old boy, according to the Attorney General’s Office. He was charged with luring a child and endangering the welfare of a child.
Where the case is now: Prosecution of the case was transferred from the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office to the Attorney General’s Office. Toney has had no court dates since late 2017, and the Attorney General’s Office had no update on how the case was going.
Charges: Chandler, 44, who ran a youth sports video production company out of his Belleville home, was charged in 2016 with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old boy, whom he met using a popular social networking app, according to the Attorney General’s Office
Charges: Donohew, 26, of Brownsburg, Indiana, was also arrested in Operation Safety Net. The Attorney General’s Office said he offered money via a chat program to an undercover State Police detective posing as a father selling his 9-year-old girl for sex. Donohew even sent $100 as a “down payment” to bring the girl to Indiana.
He arranged to meet the supposed father and d at a gas station in Indiana, and brought a nightgown for the girl, the office said. He was arrested there on charges including attempted child molestation.
Where the case is now: Donohew pleaded guilty to human sexual trafficking in Indiana in March and received a 25-year prison sentence, according to prison records. In New Jersey, court records show he pleaded guilty to distributing obscene material to a minor June 28. He is scheduled to be sentenced on that charge Sept. 14.
The prosecutor’s https://hookupdate.net/escort-index/berkeley/ office did not reveal how Amer began communicating with the undercover detective he believed was a teenager, but said he sent sexually explicit text messages and arranged the meeting
Charges: Amer, 46, of Warminster, Pennsylvania was still wearing his EMT uniform when he traveled to Pennsauken Feb. 16, believing he was meeting with a 14-year-old girl, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.Read more