THE MOORESTOWN SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1, 2012
NAME YOUR OWN PRICE
8 5 6
BID ONLINE OR CALL TODA Y!
T h e r e ’ s a n e w s e r v i c e i n t o w n !
Text “WOW” to 545454 for electronic coupon deliveryLIVE OPERATORS 24/7
WE DO IT ALL!
Enjoy cool, comfortable shadeat the touch of a button!
PRE-SEASON SALE!AVOID THE RUSH…
Order by 5/11/12.
For special pricing and preferred installation!
1-800-662-3328 • 1-856-662-3300
Moorestown teenager arrestedin child porn investigation
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
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.
Pet Friends –Griefsupport for pet owners(800) 404-7387
Addiction Hotlineof New Jersey(800) 238-2333