Unit specializing in crimes against children search Champion hom - WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohio

UPDATED

Unit specializing in crimes against children search Champion home

Posted: Updated:
Champion police and agents from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation searched a township home on Thursday.

According to the Ohio Attorney General's office, agents from the Crimes Against Children Unit took part in the search of the house located on the 4800 block of Myrtle Avenue Northwest.

After hours of questioning the suspect behind closed doors, Stephen Bradfield, 41, was charged with four counts of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor. 

Computers were among the items taken from the home.  

Also taking part in the investigation were members of the Trumbull County Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and Warren Police.

According to the Attorney General,  the Crimes Against Children Unit, which is part of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, was formed to assist law enforcement agencies throughout the state to investigate cases involving juvenile victims.

So far, Bradfield is the only suspect in this investigation. He was taken to the Trumbull County jail.



  • More NewsMore>>

  • Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday shopping hours

    Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday shopping hours

    Wednesday, November 22 2017 11:55 AM EST2017-11-22 16:55:02 GMT

    WFMJ.COM has put together a list of stores that will be open for at least part of the holiday. 

    More >>

    WFMJ.COM has put together a list of stores that will be open for at least part of the holiday. 

    More >>
  • Robber takes cash from Parkman Rd. convenience store

    Robber takes cash from Parkman Rd. convenience store

    Wednesday, November 22 2017 10:21 AM EST2017-11-22 15:21:02 GMT

    Warren Police Detectives will be looking at surveillance video in hopes of identifying the person who robbed a neighborhood convenience store on Tuesday. 

    More >>

    Warren Police Detectives will be looking at surveillance video in hopes of identifying the person who robbed a neighborhood convenience store on Tuesday. 

    More >>
  • Competition grows to win grocery wars

    Competition grows to win grocery wars

    Wednesday, November 22 2017 10:04 AM EST2017-11-22 15:04:37 GMT
    Groceries with the click of a mouse? Amazon and Walmart are rivals in the all out grocery war to win over consumers online with the convenience of ordering groceries for pick up or delivery. Regional chains, like Giant Eagle, are also experimenting with ways to offer a similar service. Giant Eagle is testing out its new Curbside to Go service at its Doral Drive location in Youngstown. Shoppers can pick out items online, provide instructions down to the fine details- like whether th...More >>
    Groceries with the click of a mouse? Amazon and Walmart are rivals in the all out grocery war to win over consumers online with the convenience of ordering groceries for pick up or delivery. Regional chains, like Giant Eagle, are also experimenting with ways to offer a similar service. Giant Eagle is testing out its new Curbside to Go service at its Doral Drive location in Youngstown. Shoppers can pick out items online, provide instructions down to the fine details- like whether th...More >>
Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2017 WFMJ. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms