Defendants of child cybersex crimes sentenced

RJ Larizza, Sate Attorney for the Seventh Judicial Circuit, reported to Historic City News that his office received pleas last week from four defendants arrested as part of an undercover investigation focused on catching online sexual predators targeting children.

The child cybercrimes investigations unit is made up of members of multiple law enforcement agencies across Northeast Florida.

Circuit Judge Wendy Berger returned sentence in the following cases on March 12:

State of Florida v. John Alan Hoyt
Pled no contest March 12 and agreed to approximately 6 1/2 (six and a half) years in prison, followed by 10 (ten) years Sex Offender Probation. Hoyt will be formally sentenced by Judge Berger on April 11th upon the court’s approval of the plea.
– Possession of Sexual Performance by a Child (25 counts)
– Transmission of Pornography by Electronic Device

State of Florida v. Adam Michael Morris
Sentenced to 5 (five) years in prison, followed by 10 (ten) years of Sex Offender Probation;
– Use Computer to Seduce, Solicit, Lure or Entice a Parent, Legal Guardian or Custodian of a Child
– Traveling to Meet a Minor after Use of a Computer to Solicit a Parent, Legal Guardian or Custodian of a Child
– Unlawful Use of a Two Way Communication Device

State of Florida v. Jon Raymond London
Sentenced to 5 (five) years in prison, followed by 10 (ten) years of Sex Offender Probation;
– Possession of Sexual Performance by a Child (15 counts)

State of Florida v. William Hardy Moore, Jr.
Sentenced to 25 (twenty-five) years in prison, followed by 10 (ten) years of Sex Offender Probation.
– Possession of Sexual Performance by a Child (10 counts)

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