Investigation nets 6 arrests
Six Georgia and Florida residents were arrested last week as part of a joint investigation related to Internet crimes against children.
Law enforcement officers with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office, Georgia Bureau of Investigation and Naval Criminal Investigative Service participated in the investigation, which remains active, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office. NCIS agents were involved because NCIS is a member of the group that looks into Internet crimes against children.
“Crimes of this nature will not be tolerated, especially when these individuals attempt to victimize children,” Sheriff Jim Proctor said. “I applaud the work of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the investigators of the Camden County Sheriff’s Office for forming this task force to eradicate such people from our community.”
Terrance Alan Ervin, 23, of St. Marys was charged with two felonies: criminal attempt to commit child molestation and using a computer service to seduce, solicit, lure or entice a child to commit an illegal act. He is being held on a $31,450 bond.
Rodney Antrone Calloway, 32, of St. Marys was charged with two felonies: sexual exploitation of children and criminal attempt to commit aggravated child molestation. He is being held on a $17,650 bond.
Christopher Thomas Oliver, 34, was charged with three felonies: criminal attempt to commit child molestation, criminal attempt to commit enticing a child for indecent purposes and using a computer service to seduce, solicit, lure or entice a child to commit an illegal act. He is being held on a $29,350 bond.
Latiece Robinson, 26, of St. Marys and Conswalla Wilson, 26, of Jacksonville, Fla., were charged with prostitution, which is a misdemeanor.
Terry Charles Kirkland, 27, of Jacksonville was charged with pimping and possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana.