Related News: Max Credit Union employee accused of sharing customer info on social media

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A social media firestorm involving a River Region credit union is burning after an alleged breach of customer privacy by a credit union employee. Max Credit Union customers are demanding answers after they claim an employee shared a customer’s personal information on Facebook.

The Senior VP of Marketing at Max Credit Union confirmed the credit union was alerted to the alleged incident last Thursday and that there is an investigation underway led by “legal authorities”. The Max employee has been placed on leave.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Tuscaloosa Police arrest 3 Georgia women at massage parlor after finding ads for prostitution online

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. AL.com published an article titled Tuscaloosa Police arrest 3 Georgia women at massage parlor after finding ads for prostitution online.

Police in Tuscaloosa have arrested three women at a massage parlor during a four-month investigation into online advertisements for prostitution in the area.

Sgt. Brent Blankley said officers found the posts in October on a site that’s functionally similar to the personal ad site craigslist, but includes more offers of illicit services.

The investigation led police to A1 Therapy and Spa on Highway 69 South, a massage parlor, where officers have arrested three women since October, including one arrest made last week.

Source: AL.com

Related News: Cullman County coach charged with rape after having sex with juvenile, sheriff says

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A volunteer basketball coach in Cullman County was arrested earlier this week after an investigation revealed he had sex with a juvenile, Sheriff Matt Gentry said.

Spencer Jackson Byrd, 21, of Cullman was arrested Wednesday. He has been charged with second-degree rape, second-degree sodomy and enticing a child, Gentry said.

Source: AL.com

Related News: Two men plead guilty to child solicitation

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Two men will now be convicted sex offenders after they pleaded guilty to soliciting children over the Internet during an undercover Hartford police investigation called Operation Guardian Angel.

A former health care official, 59-year-old Michael Lee Graue, pleaded guilty Thursday morning to felony electronic solicitation of a child in front of Circuit Court Judge Kenneth Quattlebaum.

As part of a guilty plea agreement, Graue received a 6-year prison sentence. He applied for probation through his attorney, Thomas Smith, which will be heard by the court on March 5.

Source: Dothan Eagle

Related News: Opp woman arrested on child sex crimes charges

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An Opp woman has been arrested in an ongoing child sex crimes investigation.

Mandi Brianna Harrison, 25, of Opp, was arrested Friday and charged with rape second degree and sodomy second degree, according to a news release from the Opp Police Department.

Police opened an investigation after receiving a report of a woman having sexual contact with a child. The victim is a child under the age of 16, according to police.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Woman arrested for sodomy, rape

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An Opp woman was jailed Saturday for allegedly having sex with a minor child, providing illegal drugs to a minor child and using illegal drugs the presence of a minor child.

According to the Opp Police Department, Tiffany A. Blair, 35, was arrested after an in-depth investigation between the OPD and the 22nd Judicial Drug Task Force.

Blair was charged with four counts of chemical endangerment of a child, rape II and sodomy II.

Source: Andalusia Star News

Related News: Former acting HHS cyber director convicted on child porn charges

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A federal jury in Nebraska on Tuesday convicted Timothy DeFoggi, the former acting director of cyber security at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), on child pornography charges.

DeFoggi, one of several persons nabbed in an ongoing FBI investigation of three child porn websites, is the sixth person convicted, according to a Justice Department announcement. He was convicted on seven counts, including engaging in a child exploitation enterprise as well as in conspiracy to advertise and distribute child porn and accessing a computer with intent to view child porn.

Source: SC Magazine