NJ Man Found Guilty for Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Invasion of Privacy
Authorities say a Tinton Falls man has been found guilty in connection to a case involving the possession and distribution of child sexual abuse materials and invasion of privacy from 2017.
35-year-old Robert Mack was convicted of second-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Material, third-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Material, and third-degree Invasion of Privacy.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office says back in 2017, an investigation found,
"Mack was downloading and sharing child sexual abuse materials from a computer located at his residence in Tinton Falls. Mack was also in possession of hard drives containing child sexual abuse materials. Further investigation concluded that Mack also had videos of an adult female with her intimate parts exposed without her permission."
Mack faces more than a decade in state prison, he will be under parole supervision for life, and he will have to register under Megan’s Law.
Sentencing is scheduled for February 14th.