Owings Mills man gets 10 years for child porn

December 16, 2006|By Matthew Dolan

A 40-year-old Owings Mills man who pleaded guilty in federal court in Baltimore to possession of child pornography will spend 10 years in prison, remain on supervised probation for the rest of his life and register as a sex offender, a U.S. District Court judge ruled yesterday.

On April 5, 2005, FBI agents searched Alexander Massari's home and took a desktop computer found in his bedroom. Agents recovered e-mails between Massari and a child pornography business confirming that Massari had paid for passwords and access information to the porn. His computer also contained illegal images of children, according to his plea agreement.

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