A North Carolina man has been accused of almost three dozen kid sex wrongdoings, the Moore County Sheriff’s Office reports.
James Christopher Davis, 35, has been hit with 17 tallies of crime second-degree sexual abuse of a minor and 17 checks of third-degree sexual misuse of a minor, as indicated by the sheriff’s office.
Moore County representatives got together with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and the FBI on the charges against Davis, which came from “a secret examination including the circulation of youngster abuse material via web-based media.”
“It is up to us all to know about the risks our kids could look on the web. As your Sheriff, you have my responsibility that the Moore County Sheriff’s Office will remain forceful in the constant endeavors to protect our kids from online hunters and such,” said Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields.
Davis is being hung on a $1 million bond with a court appearance set for March 25.