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www.moorestownsun.com
APRIL 25-MAY 1, 2012
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Teenager arrested
Child porn investigation leadsto local arrest.
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Park bidspresentedat specialmeeting
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
Pryor Park will be receivinga makeover thanks to gener-ous donations from the base-ball program, but as for theother three parks in the town-ship, members of the towncouncil are still debatingwhether to move forward withupgrades.In a special meeting recent-ly, Township AdministratorScott Carew presented severalbid packages for four parkprojects in the township. Thetownship sought bids for im-provements to Wesley BishopNorth, Wesley Bishop South,Pryor Park and Jeff YoungPark.Continuing a long-discussedissue, members of the councilalso debated whether it wasnecessary to use money fromthe Open Space, Recreation,Farmland and Historic Preser-vation Fund to pay for the proj-ects.Each park plan calls for ex-tensive improvements, Carewsaid. All four-bid packagescame in at about $2.679 mil-lion, Carew said, an extremelylow price when compared tobids that came in for similarprojects last year.Wesley Bishop North camein as the most expensive proj-ect at a little more than $1.3
MIKE SCHLOTTERBECK/Special to The Sun
Hartman Hall, which is currently hosting classes, has a grand opening scheduled for Friday, May 4 at1:30 p.m. Hartman Hall was dedicated in the honor of Neil Hartman, a teacher who instructed students inthe mathematical arts in the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s. Hartman will be present at the ribbon-cutting.
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
The latest wing of theMoorestown Friends School hada soft opening earlier this monthand a grand opening celebrationis scheduled before the year isthrough.Students have been attendingclasses in the newly constructedHartman Hall, dedicated in thehonor of Neil Hartman, a belovedteacher who instructed studentsin the mathematical arts in the1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s.The official dedication of Hart-man Hall will take place on the af-ternoon of Friday, May 4, to kickoff alumni weekend. Hartmanwill be present at the official dedi-cation and ribbon cutting ceremo-ny scheduled for 1:30 p.m. that af-ternoon.But students have been takingclasses in the new hall since theweek of April 9, MFS SpokesmanMike Schlotterbeck said.Hartman Hall houses eightmath classrooms, a choral music
Hartman Hall dedication nears
 please see
DEDICATION, page 5
 please see
BIDS, page 10
 
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A 17-year-old Moorestown boywas among 27 others arrestedthroughout the state betweenApril 9 and April 13, in a large-scale child porn investigationdubbed Operation Watchdog, offi-cials announced recently.The three-month, multi-agencyeffort resulted in 26 men and onewoman being charged with distri-bution and possession of childpornography, according to thestate attorney general’s office.The name and identification of the Moorestown teenager couldnot be released because of hisage.Detectives say they were able tolink all arrested subjects by theiruse of the Internet to downloador distribute images of childpornography. There is a large li-brary of images and videosknown to law enforcement, ac-cording to the attorney general.These pictures can be traced ina number of ways, includingtheir digital fingerprint, as theyare passed through cyberspace.Detectives then follow the filetransfers from their origins todestination locations.Peer to Peer, or P2P, file-sharingnetworks play a significant rolein the distribution of child porn.Detectives, often with intricateundercover identities in thecyber-world, also monitor search-es of these sites to develop sus-pects, according to the attorneygeneral.The Operation Watchdog inves-tigation was coordinated by theDigital Technology InvestigationsUnit of New Jersey State Police,with seamless integration of more than 100 troopers, agents,detectives and officers from 21law enforcement agencies.Between Monday, April 9 andFriday, April 13, they executedsearch warrants in 26 differenttowns across the state.For a full list of those arrested,complete with mug shots, visitthe state attorney general’s web-site at www.state.nj.us/lps.
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