Sweep nets several men for crimes against children


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Updated: 2/14/2013 9:13 am Published: 2/13/2013 7:37 pm


Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force sweep puts several child predators behind bars.

Two teams of investigators and task force members served numerous warrants. 

Tuesday morning, a task force member from the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office arrested 31-year-old Adolphius J. Webster at his Owasso home. 

Several computer-related items were seized.  The computer equipment will be sent to the OSBI Computer Crimes Unit for further analysis. 

Webster was booked into the Tulsa County Jail and is being held on complaints of Distribution of Child Pornography and Violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.

A few hours later, that same team with the assistance of the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office served another search warrant in Owasso. 

Several computer-related items were seized from the scene.  

Wednesday, an OSBI agent arrested 54-year-old James E. Johnson. 

Johnson was booked into the Rogers County Jail and is held on complaints of Distribution of Child Pornography and Violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act. 

Wednesday morning, a task force member from the Stillwater Police Department arrested 41-year-old Michael K. Gomez at his Coweta home. 

As second team of task force members from the Stillwater Police Department, Edmond Police Department, OSBI ICAC, and Computer Crimes Units, with the assistance of a Homeland Security agent and the Coweta Police Department served a search warrant.  Several computer-related items were seized.

Gomez was arrested for Distribution of Child Pornography and Violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act. He was booked into the Wagoner County Jail.

Later, the same team arrested 65-year-old Stephen A. Hacker at his Okmulgee home.

Several computer-related items were seized.  Hacker was booked into the Wagoner County Jail on complaints of Distribution of Child Pornography, Possession of Child Pornography, and Violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act. 

In addition, task force members from the Tulsa Police Department, with assistance from other units within the department, served three search warrants inside the Tulsa city limits.  In each case, several computer-related items were seized.  Those cases are still under investigation to determine if criminal charges will be filed or not. 


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