HANOVER COUNTY, VIRGINIA (WRIC) — According to online court records, former Lee-Davis assistant principal, Michael Teegarden, is now facing three additional charges for sex crimes against a minor that stem from as far back as 1999.
Teegarden, the former Lee Davis High School assistant principal, was sentenced to four years on charges of child porn possession in February.
He will now be back in court on these new charges in June.
Working closely with members of the Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, investigators with the Hanover Sheriff’s Department learned in September 2015 that a computer in Teegarden’s residence was being used for online trading of digital child pornography, which led to authorities gaining and executing a search warrant of his home in October.
Investigators seized several electronic devices from Teegarden’s residence, which were examined by certified forensic examiners with Attorney General Mark Herring’s Office. The forensic examination corroborated the Teegarden’s admissions, revealing hundreds of images of child pornography on his electronic devices.
After working with the task force and the Linn County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon, authorities determined there was enough evidence to arrest and charge Teegarden with two counts of felony possession of child pornography.
Eric Stull, 48, remains in Greene County jail
CLARKSVILLE, Pa. — A Greene County man was arrested Friday on multiple counts of sexually assaulting a child.
Police arrested Eric Stull, 48, of Clarksville. Police said Stull possessed and disseminated images of videos depicting children younger than 18 engaged in sexual acts.
Stull also allegedly manufactured images and videos depicting a known child victim, approximately 8 or 9 years old, engaging in sexual acts with the accused.
Stull was charged with six counts of sexual abuse of children, criminal use of communication facility, and obscene/sexual material – public display.
Stull is being lodged in the Greene County Jail, as he failed to post $500,000 straight cash bail.
An employee of a traveling petting zoo was arrested in Florence, Alabama on Saturday after allegations he sexually abused two children visiting the attraction.
Daryl V. Raymond Jr., 48, of Stockholm, Maine is charged with two counts of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12, a Class B felony, according to Florence police. He is being held without bond in the Lauderdale County Detention Center.
Raymond is an employee of Jungle Safari.
According to police, the owner of the petting zoo told Florence Police Chief Ron Tyler that he will be closing the petting zoo and moving to another city.
|Lauderdale Co., Alabama|