2 men sentenced in separate child pornography cases
SEATTLE (AP) — Officials say two men in Western Washington have been given lengthy prison sentences in separate cases involving child pornography.
The Justice Department said Tuesday that earlier this month, SeaTac resident and registered sex offender Danny Zimmerman received a 10-year prison sentence and 20 years of supervised release.
Officials say the 43-year-old was arrested in June after an investigation traced images of child rape to Zimmerman’s Twitter account and Internet address. Zimmerman pleaded guilty to possession of depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
Justice Department officials say 54-year-old Gregory Mark Molley of Issaquah was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison and 15 years of supervised release for receiving images of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
In December, Molley pleaded guilty, saying he used hidden cameras to film children in his home.