Monthly Archives: July 2009

TEXAS MAN SENTENCED TO STATE PRISON FOR CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

bryan park.jpgCLEARFIELD – Clearfield County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr. announced today that a Texas man has been sentenced to state prison for possession of child pornography

Shaw identified the defendant as 38 year old Bryan David Park of Baytown, Texas. Currently Park is housed in the Clearfield County jail pending transfer to the State Prison System

A criminal complaint filed on February 24, 2009, by Trooper Mary Jane McGinnis of the Pennsylvania State Police, Clearfield Barracks, charged Park with possessing 23 computer images of child pornography.

An affidavit of probable cause filed with the criminal complaint alleges that Park’s roommate discovered the images while downloading music from Parks’s computer. The roommate reported the images to Tpr McGinnis. During an interview, Park admitted to Tpr. McGinnis that Park owned the computer and images. Park stated he had a fetish with diapers. Park claimed that he had been in counseling. Park claimed that he was not interested in the images because of the children. Instead, Park claimed he was interested in the images because he wanted to be a child again.

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DA INVITES PUBLIC TO NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING

borris_logo-copy.jpgCLEARFIELD – Clearfield County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced today that two informational meetings have been scheduled to promote Neighborhood Watch programs in Clearfield County.

Shaw stated that we have a number of very active Neighborhood Watch programs operating in Clearfield County and we are taking action to promote the growth of additional programs.

Shaw reported that a recent grant obtained through a collaborative effort of the District Attorney’s Office, Clearfield County Crimestoppers and Clearfield County EMA Director Josh Quigley enabled the purchase of signs that can be used to post throughout communities operating a watch program. The signs let criminals know that the community is operating a Neighborhood Watch program and discourages criminal activity from occurring

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