Clarence Newcomb – Drug Dealing Pedophile Child Pornographer Hotel Worker – Bragged about raping children

According to the informant, Newcomb and a friend smoked crystal meth and looked at videos and photos of children aged 3 to 4 being sexually assaulted by adults. Newcomb also bragged about raping children, according to a police report.


A New Hampshire man who allegedly bragged about raping young children, distributed child porn and sold crystal methamphetamine out of a Danvers hotel where he worked was ordered held on $200,000 cash bail today.

Clarence Newcomb, 40, of Manchester, N.H., was arraigned in Salem District Court on child porn and drug charges after a month-long investigation involving federal drug agents and state police in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Newcomb allegedly sold crystal meth to an informant on several occasions, including once inside a room at the Sheraton Ferncroft hotel, where Newcomb was employed, according to a police report. He also was in possession of the date rape drug GHB, as well as ketamine, an animal tranquilizer known as “Special K,” according to a police report.

He also allegedly had an arsenal of child pornography, including still images and videos of adults having sex with children as young as 3, that he kept on his laptop computer and repeatedly showed to the informant, according to a police report.

“Newcomb told (the informant) graphic stories about him having sex with small children,” according to a police report.

He also allegedly told the informant he and another man drugged children.

The Massachusetts attorney general’s office received a tip in August about Newcomb’s alleged drug dealing after an informant met with Newcomb inside the Sheraton Ferncroft, a suburban hotel with a waterpark.

According to the informant, Newcomb and a friend smoked crystal meth and looked at videos and photos of children aged 3 to 4 being sexually assaulted by adults. Newcomb also bragged about raping children, according to a police report.

When the informant left the hotel that night, he noticed Newcomb working behind the front desk in the lobby.

During the next month, the informant allegedly bought drugs from Newcomb three times. During the last buy, Newcomb transferred child pornography images from his laptop to give to the informant, according to the police report.

Newcomb was arrested yesterday at his New Hampshire home.

Newcomb allegedly admitted to police that he downloaded child porn and had drugs in his possession.

Newcomb is charged with two counts of possession of a Class A drug – ketamine and gamma hydroxybutyric acid, or GHB, and possession of a Class B drug, crystal meth. He is also charged with distributing obscene matter, distributing material of a child in a sexual act and possession of child pornography.

Clarence Newcomb – Drug Dealing Pedophile Child Pornographer Hotel Worker – Bragged about raping children

According to the informant, Newcomb and a friend smoked crystal meth and looked at videos and photos of children aged 3 to 4 being sexually assaulted by adults. Newcomb also bragged about raping children, according to a police report.


A New Hampshire man who allegedly bragged about raping young children, distributed child porn and sold crystal methamphetamine out of a Danvers hotel where he worked was ordered held on $200,000 cash bail today.

Clarence Newcomb, 40, of Manchester, N.H., was arraigned in Salem District Court on child porn and drug charges after a month-long investigation involving federal drug agents and state police in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Newcomb allegedly sold crystal meth to an informant on several occasions, including once inside a room at the Sheraton Ferncroft hotel, where Newcomb was employed, according to a police report. He also was in possession of the date rape drug GHB, as well as ketamine, an animal tranquilizer known as “Special K,” according to a police report.

He also allegedly had an arsenal of child pornography, including still images and videos of adults having sex with children as young as 3, that he kept on his laptop computer and repeatedly showed to the informant, according to a police report.

“Newcomb told (the informant) graphic stories about him having sex with small children,” according to a police report.

He also allegedly told the informant he and another man drugged children.

The Massachusetts attorney general’s office received a tip in August about Newcomb’s alleged drug dealing after an informant met with Newcomb inside the Sheraton Ferncroft, a suburban hotel with a waterpark.

According to the informant, Newcomb and a friend smoked crystal meth and looked at videos and photos of children aged 3 to 4 being sexually assaulted by adults. Newcomb also bragged about raping children, according to a police report.

When the informant left the hotel that night, he noticed Newcomb working behind the front desk in the lobby.

During the next month, the informant allegedly bought drugs from Newcomb three times. During the last buy, Newcomb transferred child pornography images from his laptop to give to the informant, according to the police report.

Newcomb was arrested yesterday at his New Hampshire home.

Newcomb allegedly admitted to police that he downloaded child porn and had drugs in his possession.

Newcomb is charged with two counts of possession of a Class A drug – ketamine and gamma hydroxybutyric acid, or GHB, and possession of a Class B drug, crystal meth. He is also charged with distributing obscene matter, distributing material of a child in a sexual act and possession of child pornography.

Ron Sean Arter Jr – Repeat Sex Offender BUSTED, BUSTED and BUSTED

A Redding, Calif., man pleaded guilty today in Sacramento, Calif., to one count of possession of child pornography and to three violations of his supervised release conditions, Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division Matthew Friedrich and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California McGregor W. Scott announced.

Ron Sean Arter Jr., 29, was convicted in 2002 of possession and transportation of child pornography in the Eastern District of California and sentenced to 33 months in prison, according to court documents. In 2004, Arter began a three-year term of supervised release, the conditions of which required Arter to not commit another criminal offense, possess pornographic material or use a computer to access the Internet.

According to information contained in plea documents, while on supervised release in 2006, Arter was arrested in Redding after police discovered that he was using a concealed camera to film underneath the skirt of an 11-year-old girl. Information contained in the plea documents also revealed that Arter filmed underneath the skirts of other minor girls and adult women in the Redding area and that Arter secretly used his girlfriend’s laptop computer to download and possess child pornography from the Internet.

Arter’s sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 5, 2008. As part of his plea agreement, Arter faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, a fine of $250,000 and lifetime supervised release following his release from prison.

This case emerged out of Project Safe Childhood (PSC), a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. Led by the U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, PSC marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as identify and rescue victims. For more information about PSC, please visit http://www.projectsafechildhood.gov.

The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Camil A. Skipper of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California and Trial Attorney Bonnie L. Kane of the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS). The case is being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security’s Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, CEOS’s High Technology Investigative Unit and the Redding Police Department.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

William Joseph Bean II – Busted by Yahoo! for Child Porn

An East County man who once worked as a summer camp counselor in New England was sentenced Friday to three years in federal prison after admitting he possessed child pornography and posted it on the Internet.

U.S. District Court Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz also ordered William Joseph Bean II of Lakeside to serve 10 years of supervised release and to register as a sex offender.

Moskowitz gave Bean credit for two months already served in state custody.

Bean, 24, was arrested Jan. 2. In court, he admitted possessing a computer with more than 600 images of children, in some cases as young as 5, engaged in sexually explicit acts, said Assistant U.S. Attorney Alessandra P. Serano.

Yahoo! notified authorities in San Diego County after Bean, who originally is from Vermont, used Yahoo! to post child pornography on the Web, Serano said.

The prosecution against Bean was delayed while state and federal prosecutors discussed whether to try him in state or federal court.

Because federal law carries more prison time for such offenses than state law – and due to the volume of images in his possession – the decision was made to let federal prosecutors take over, Serano said.

The state charges were dropped, and Bean pleaded guilty to federal charges of possessing child pornography on May 2, Serano said.

“He considered himself to be a part of the BL community. BL stands for boy lover,” Serano said. “He believed it was okay to have sex with children, as long as the children consented.” Despite his view, “he said he never acted on it, and we have no evidence that he ever acted on it,” Serano said.

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