Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
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NCMEC • Missing Children Alerts

: Sebastian Rogers (TN) (Wed, 28 Feb 2024)
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: Karis Bell (FL) (Mon, 26 Feb 2024)
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Missing: Joseph Mercier (WA) (Thu, 22 Feb 2024)
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U.S. Attorney's Office • Project Safe Childhood

Mexican citizen imprisoned for child pornography received on peer-to-peer sharing platform (Thu, 14 Sep 2023)
A 38-year-old Mexican citizen illegally residing in Weslaco has been sent to federal prison for receiving material that contained child pornography
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Repeat Child Predator Sentenced to More Than 10 Years in Prison (Mon, 11 Sep 2023)
Michael Otis-Currie, 27, of Adelanto, California, was sentenced today in U.S. District Court to 121 months in prison and 10 years of supervised release for accessing and viewing child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Matthew M. Graves, FBI Special Agent in Charge Wayne A. Jacobs, of the Washington Field Office’s Criminal and Cyber Division, and Acting Chief Pamela Smith, of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD).
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Illinois Man Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison For Distributing Child Pornography (Thu, 24 Aug 2023)
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Maryland Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison For Coercing and Enticing a Minor (Wed, 09 Aug 2023)
WASHINGTON – Jonathan Willis, 37, of North Bethesda, Maryland, was sentenced today to 10 years in prison for coercion and enticement of a minor. The sentence was announced by U.S. Attorney Matthew M. Graves and Acting Special Agent in Charge Emily Odom, of the FBI Washington Field Office’s Criminal and Cyber Division.
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District Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Child Sexual Abuse (Thu, 27 Jul 2023)
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