Joint Investigation Leads to Child Pornography Charge for Queen City Man
A child pornography investigation which began in Londonderry, New Hampshire in August of this year ended with the arrest of a Queen City man on September 18, 2017. Detectives from the Manchester Police Juvenile Unit executed a Londonderry Police Department search warrant at a Sagamore Street address approximately 5:00 p.m. on Monday.
Manchester Police Detectives Matthew Solari and Robert Tremblay, who are also members of the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, executed the search warrant based on Londonderry Detective Randy Duguay’s investigation involving arrested; James Fowler, 43 of Manchester, New Hampshire.
Londonderry Detective Duguay’s investigation discovered Fowler had allegedly possessed images of child pornography, so he applied for and was granted a search warrant of his Sagamore Street apartment. Detective Duguay also prepared an arrest warrant for Duguay, however during the investigation Manchester detective’s located additional evidence of child pornography, so he was charged in Manchester with one count of possession of child sex abuse images.
Fowler was taken into custody on the Manchester charge, as well as the Londonderry arrest warrant (child pornography). He appeared in Hillsborough County Superior Court-North on September 21, 2017. Londonderry Police is expected to take custody of him today, so he can appear in their court to face the child pornography charge.
*** Londonderry Police will not have a court date until he is actually picked up and booked on their charge***