Around the US — ICAC Success StoriesJune 24, 2013
June 24, 2013 — The Kalamazoo Sheriff’s Office and the Michigan Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, working on a tip from the FBI, have arrested a Kalamazoo man for possessing photos of tied-up teenagers.
Keith Workman, 43, has been charged with child abuse, sexual conduct and concealed weapons violations for possessing a “stun gun device,” police said.
The first case developed by the Mercer County (West Virginia) Sheriffs Departments ICAC Task Force has resulted in 133 counts against a Bluewell man for receiving and possessing images of a child engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
Johnny Richard Rowe, 60, was arrested by Mercer County Sheriff D.B. Don Meadows, other Mercer Sheriffs deputies and ICAC investigators from the West Virginia State Police. The West Virginia State Police heads up the West Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. Meadows authorized his department to become a member of the task force in 2012.