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Stolen Laptop Leads To Pedophile

Posted on August 3, 2012

Crimes against children are beyond evil. They rob the victims of their innocence. The effects of these crimes against children are long-lasting and have repercussions well into adulthood.

Take, for example, all the victims in the Penn State child abuse case. Former Penn State Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky robbed several children of their innocence. Their lives are forever scarred. The heinous crimes committed by Jerry Sandusky also have widespread consequences. The reputation of legendary Penn State Coach Joe Paterno has been forever tarnished.

Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Joe Patern...

Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Joe Paterno on the sideline during warmups prior to the 2006 Homecoming game versus the University of Illinois on Friday, October 20, 2006. Taken by me. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The reputation of Penn State has also been tarnished. The NCAA has hit Penn State with a $60 million sanction, a four-year football postseason ban and a vacation of all wins dating to 1998, the organization said Monday morning. The career record of Joe Paterno will reflect these vacated records, the NCAA said. Penn State also must reduce 10 initial and 20 total scholarships each year for a four-year period.

Unfortunately, sex crimes are a familiar occurrence all over the world, especially in Southern Califronia.

A Moreno Valley man whose laptop was stolen was arrested this week after police found child pornography on his computer when it was recovered, authorities said Thursday.

Investigators with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department arrested Lawrence Tibbals Beal, 63, on suspicion of possession of child pornography.

The case began Sunday when police investigated a burglary in the 23700 block of Redbark Drive in Moreno Valley. Three suspects were arrested for the alleged break-in, including two juveniles.

One of the suspects allegedly admitted committing a second burglary: stealing Beal’s laptop computer, authorities said. According to a statement released by the sheriff’s department, the burglars were trying to extort money from Beal.

Investigators took possession of Beal’s computer and executed a search warrant on his home. He was taken into custody Tuesday.

Beal is being held at the Larry D. Smith Correction Facility in Banning. His bail has been set at $50,000.

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