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Oshkosh Police Make Child Porn Arrest

The Oshkosh Police Department arrested a 21 year-old male at his residence in the 400 block
of W. 11th Ave. on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 for three counts of exposing genitals to
minors; three counts of exposing a child to harmful materials; unlawful use of computerized
communication systems; and child enticement after a month long investigation showed the 21
year-old created a fake Face Book account and sent photos of his genitals to female minors.
He was taken to jail.
The 21 year-old male used the name “David James” on his fake Face Book account and had
been in contact with over 60 females since June 2015. Some of the contacts made with the
females included females sending nude photos to the male. Oshkosh Police investigators have
been in contact with three female minor victims.
Investigators suspect there may be more victims related to this incident. Parents should check
their child’s or teens Face Book accounts to see if they were contacted by this subject. If they
believe contact was made with this male, they should contact School Resource Officer David
Maas at (920) 236-5700. The investigation continues into this incident.
Social media can be dangerous, especially for children. This type of incident is just one of the
many that occur each day throughout the U. S. Please monitor your children’s computer and
phone usage and educate your children on the dangers of the internet and social media. There
are many great websites with tips for parents: www.netsmartz.org ; www.ncpc.org ; and
www.internetsafety.com.
If you have questions about internet safety, please contact the Oshkosh Police Department at
(920) 236-5742.