A Maryland man is accused of sextort and child pornography

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Police in Maryland have arrested a man on suspicion of sexual assault and possession and distribution of child pornography.

Isaiah S., 21, of Suitland, Maryland. Poole was arrested on January 12 and charged with seven counts of possession of child pornography, two counts of solicitation of minors for sexual intercourse, and two counts of solicitation of minors as subjects of a crime. one count of exposing their private parts by threatening to cause emotional distress and one count of distributing child pornography.

Isaiah S. of Suitland, Maryland. Poole was arrested by Maryland state troopers on charges of selling and distributing child pornography and sexual assault.
(Maryland State Police)

The Maryland State Police Computer Crimes Unit opened an investigation into Poole in October 2022 on suspicion of possessing and distributing child pornography online, police said.

A MARYLAND SCHOOL EMPLOYEE ‘Accidentally’ sent sexually suggestive images to ENTIRE STUDENTS.

According to police, a preliminary investigation revealed that Poole forced several minors to make sexually explicit videos.

He then threatened to release the video if the minors stopped filming him, police said.

Elkton, MD, USA – May 27, 2014: A Maryland State Police trooper cruiser is parked.
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Members of the Maryland State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, which investigates Internet child pornography and other crimes targeting children, obtained a search warrant and arrested Poole at his residence shortly after 9 a.m. FBI.

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Police also conducted a forensic examination of electronic devices at Poole’s residence, which reportedly revealed several files of child pornography.

Poole was arrested at the scene and transported to the Prince George’s County Detention Center, where he is being held without bail.

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Troopers are urging anyone with information about the case to call the Maryland Center for Missing and Unidentified Persons at 1-800-637-5437 as police continue to investigate if there are any other victims involved in the case.

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