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Two more arrested by Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office for attempting to meet children on Internet December 7, 2010

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Bergen County Attempted Aggravated Sexual Assault Lawyers

With an office in Clifton, our New Jersey criminal defense lawyers handle many cases in Bergen County.  We also handle many computer crime cases across the state.  For years, Bergen County has had the most active computer crime unit in the entire state.  Based upon these recent arrests, it seems like they still do.  In addition, the arrests the make are not limited to Bergen County.

Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the arrests of Seth Dixon of 598 Ezara Court, Brick, New Jersey and Walter Domanski, Jr. of 215 W 22nd Street, Ship Bottom, New Jersey. Seth Dixon was arrested on charges of Endangering the Welfare of a Minor, specifically by transmitting Child Pornography and conspiracy to commit Aggravated Sexual Assault, specifically by arranging for an accomplice to travel to Bergen County for the purpose of having sexual intercourse with a six year old female. Walter Domanski, Jr. was arrested on charges of Attempted Aggravated Sexual Assault and Attempted Endangering the Welfare of a Minor, specifically by traveling to Bergen County for the purpose of having sexual intercourse with a six year old female. Both Dixon and Domanski, Jr. were arrested without incident.

The arrest came about as a result of an investigation conducted by members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Computer Crimes Unit.  The arrest stemmed from an Internet investigation in which Dixon distributed Child Pornography via the internet, and then introduced Domanski to an undercover officer where Domanski used the Internet to make arrangements to meet a six year old child. 

If you are charged with any computer crime in New Jersey, call us today to discuss your case.

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