Added: Trudi Gregg - Date: 06.03.2022 22:09 - Views: 31323 - Clicks: 4933
Woodard was also ordered to pay restitution to the minor victims, register as a sex offender, and will be on supervision for 15 years following service of the term of imprisonment. There is no parole in the federal system.
Attorney DeHart. We thank the Lexington Police Department and the West Columbia Police Department for their vigilance and dedication as they worked alongside the FBI to bring these individuals to justice.
We ask that if anyone sees any indication that is being trafficked, they report such to their local law enforcement agency or the FBI. Evidence presented to the court showed that on November 21,undercover officers with the Lexington Police Department encountered a minor advertising sex via a website.
An undercover officer set up a time to meet with the minor at a local motel, wherein officers observed the minor being dropped off by Cuyler and Woodard. Officers learned that the minor was 16 years old and a runaway. When Cuyler and Woodard returned to the local motel to pick the minor up, officers placed them both under arrest.
The investigation led to another nearby motel where the second minor, who was also involved in the illegal venture, was located. The investigation further revealed Woodard and Cuyler were using a cell phone to post photographs and advertisements for commercial sex with the minors on a website and taking a portion of the proceeds.
The investigation further showed that the minors had sometimes up to ten 10 meetings per day at various hotel rooms rented by Woodard. At sentencing, Cuyler received an obstruction of justice enhancement for jail phone calls in which she attempted to have another minor assault the minor victims in retaliation for cooperating with law enforcement.
Cuyler also lost her reduction for acceptance of responsibility for pleading guilty after she assaulted another inmate inside the jail, which resulted in a state assault charge. Michelle Childs also ordered Cuyler to make restitution to the victims involved. Following service of her month term of imprisonment, Cuyler will be on supervised release for 15 years and will be required to register as a sex offender.
Haynes of the Columbia office prosecuted the case. The case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative deed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. For more information, please visit www. You are here U. Attorneys » District of South Carolina » News. Department of Justice.
Thursday, March 18, Topic s :. Component s :.Lady looking sex Columbia
email: [email protected] - phone:(983) 424-5969 x 8246
Columbia South Carolina free pussy