Updated Details on Six Arrested in Windsor for Child Porn

Friday February 3rd, 2012

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Windsor Police held a news conference this morning to provide more details on a coordinated child pornography investigation by the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse and exploitation on the Internet.

Sergeant Brett Corey says that Windsor Police Service have been involved in these particular investigations ranging from two to eight months dependent upon the accused person. Police provided more details about each accused and the corresponding circumstances surrounding the charges laid.

Michael Callan aged 43 years of Windsor. In late 2011, over a two-week period, Callan openly watched pornography on his personal laptop computer in Chapters Bookstore in Devonshire Mall and while traveling on a Transit Windsor Bus on two separate occasions.

A 46-year-old Windsor man whose name is being withheld as a result of a court imposed publication ban, purchased child sexual abuse material from a website.

Christopher Giles, age 19 years of Windsor was arrested and charged after a citizen turned over a computer owned by Giles to the Windsor Police Service. This computer was found to contain images of child sexual abuse.

Andrew Doxtater aged 48 years of Windsor was arrested and charged after chatting with an undercover police officer posing as a 15-year-old girl over a six month period.

Peter Mass aged 37 years of Windsor was arrested and charged after police were able to download movies of child sexual abuse from his computer.

Steven Slade age 44 years of Scarborough, ON, was arrested and charged after chatting with two undercover police officers posing as 14 and 15-year-old children over a two month period. Salade travelled to Windsor from Toronto on February 1st to meet the two fictional children.

The Windsor Police Internet Child Exploitation unit is supported by grants from the Ministry of the Attorney General for Ontario and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.

Across the Ontario a total of 76 search warrants were executed, resulting in 213 charges against 60 people including 3 young offenders. Additional arrests and charges are possible and additional victims may be identified as the investigation continues.

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