YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: An Oradell grocery store clerk used illegal images of children having sex to try to engage teenagers in explicit conversations online, authorities said today in announcing his arrest.
Jason Keizer, 28, of Kinderkamack Road was released on a summons to answer child endangerment charges in court, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said this afternoon.
Keizer was arrested yesterday following an investigation by Molinelli’s Computer Crimes Unit and Hillsdale police, the prosecutor said.
“It was learned that Keizer was using the Internet to acquire images and/or video files depicting child pornography,” Molinelli said. “In this case, the child pornography contained images of pre-pubescent children engaged in sexual acts.”
Keize also “was communicating, utilizing social media, to engage teenagers in sexually explicit conversations.”
And he had a small amount of pot when he was arrested, adding another charge, the prosecutor said.
An arraignment was scheduled for next Wednesday.
MUGSHOT: Courtesy BERGEN COUNTY PROSECUTOR
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