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Week in Review—South Bend

U.S. Attorney’s Office February 08, 2013
  • Northern District of Indiana (219) 937-5500

SOUTH BEND, IN—The United States Attorney’s Office announced today that:

Plea:

  • Jeffrey Scott, 52, of South Bend, Indiana, pled guilty before Magistrate Judge Christopher Nuechterlein to the felony offense of possession of child pornography. Magistrate Nuechterlein is recommending that the district court accept the tendered guilty plea. Parties have 10 days in which to object to the magistrate judge’s recommendation. Sentencing has been set for May 19, 2013. This case resulted from an investigation by members of the Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Indiana State Police. This case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney John Maciejczyk.

Dispositions:

  • Corey Fair, 19, of South Bend, Indiana, was sentenced by District Judge Jon DeGuilio to 220 months’ imprisonment, restitution of $1143, and three years of supervised release after pleading guilty to the felony offenses of robbery. According to documents filed in this case, Fair admitted to robbing several South Bend business establishments: the Pizza Hut business on April 6, 2012; an Arbys business on April 9; and on April 11, 2012, an Express Cab driver, the Kitchenette business, the River Park Liquors business, and another Pizza Hut business. This case was the result of an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Frank Schaffer.
  • Daniel Young, 52, homeless in the area of Mishawaka, Indiana, was sentenced by District Judge Robert Miller, Jr. to 360 months’ imprisonment and lifetime supervised release after pleading guilty to the felony offense of the production of child pornography. According to documents filed in this case, Young admitted that he had the opportunity to be alone with a five-year-old female and induced the child to engage in sexually explicit conduct with him which he recorded with a video camera. This case resulted from an investigation by members of the Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the St. Joseph County SVU and the Mishawaka Police Department. This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney John Maciejczyk.
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