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Jack E. Gravenmier

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Tara Benson doesn't ...
www.sundaygazettemail.com, 27 July 2013 [cached]
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Tara Benson doesn't live a day without thinking of the pain Jack E. Gravenmier inflicted on her as a child.
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Tara Benson doesn't live a day without thinking of the pain Jack E. Gravenmier inflicted on her as a child.
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Gravenmier, 80, of Charleston, was caught in February 2012 when federal authorities said he drove to St. Louis to sexually abuse a teenage boy.
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Gravenmier pleaded guilty in January to two counts of production of child pornography, one count of attempting to persuade a minor to engage in sexual activity and one count of travel with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, for crimes in Missouri and West Virginia. He was sentenced to 160 years in prison.
According to a federal indictment, Gravenmier induced three minors to "engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing a visual description of such conduct" between 2002 and early 2003.
In February 2012, FBI agents arrested Gravenmier after he traveled to St. Louis to sexually abuse a teenage boy. According to an affidavit filed in the case, Gravenmier already had abused the boy several months before. Gravenmier sent the teenager sexually explicit images and claimed to have child pornography at his home.
Prosecutors searched Gravenmier's house at 833 Beaumont Road in South Hills and his 1995 Ford Cutaway RV. Gravenmier, a retired chemical engineer for Union Carbide, taught skiing and sold skiing equipment from his home.
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Tara Benson doesn't live a day without thinking of the pain Jack E. Gravenmier inflicted on her as a child.
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Gravenmier, 80, of Charleston, was caught in February 2012 when federal authorities said he drove to St. Louis to sexually abuse a teenage boy.
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Gravenmier pleaded guilty in January to two counts of production of child pornography, one count of attempting to persuade a minor to engage in sexual activity and one count of travel with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, for crimes in Missouri and West Virginia. He was sentenced to 160 years in prison.
According to a federal indictment, Gravenmier induced three minors to "engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing a visual description of such conduct" between 2002 and early 2003.
In February 2012, FBI agents arrested Gravenmier after he traveled to St. Louis to sexually abuse a teenage boy. According to an affidavit filed in the case, Gravenmier already had abused the boy several months before. Gravenmier sent the teenager sexually explicit images and claimed to have child pornography at his home.
Prosecutors searched Gravenmier's house at 833 Beaumont Road in South Hills and his 1995 Ford Cutaway RV. Gravenmier, a retired chemical engineer for Union Carbide, taught skiing and sold skiing equipment from his home.
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Mundy said Gravenmier knew his collection had been discovered because Mundy took a photo and hid it in the house, but Gravenmier noticed the photo missing and found it.
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Mundy said Gravenmier knew his collection had been discovered because Mundy took a photo and hid it in the house, but Gravenmier noticed the photo missing and found it.
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Charleston police have no record of an investigation into Gravenmier from the '70s, according to the department's records division.
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During a sentencing hearing in April, Assistant U.S. Attorney Rob Livergood in Missouri said Gravenmier had abused children since the early '70s and would hand out candy in hopes of abusing them.
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After the FBI caught Gravenmier in 2012, Benson gave agents a photo album of her and her childhood friends to help identify victims in Gravenmier's collection.
Jack E. Gravenmier, 79, of ...
www.dailymail.com, 12 June 2012 [cached]
Jack E. Gravenmier, 79, of South Hills is charged with two counts of producing visual depictions of sexually explicit conduct involving three minors.
The indictment alleges Gravenmier coerced the children into engaging in sexual conduct to create the images. The incidents were alleged to have occurred between 2002 and February 2003.
He is also charged with possessing hundreds of images and videos of child pornography on his computer.
Authorities searched Gravenmier's Beaumont Road home on Feb. 11 at the request of detectives in Missouri. They found pictures of boys, multiple VHS tapes and DVDs, pornography, condoms, male enhancement pills, video cameras, handwritten notes, computers and various firearms.
FBI agents arrested Gravenmier in St. Louis on Feb. 13 and charged him with two counts of attempt to persuade a minor to engage in sexual activity, two counts of travel with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, production of child porn and possession of child porn.
A detective with the Troy (Mo.) Police Department received a complaint in January from a woman who claimed her 14-year-old son had been sexually abused by Gravenmier, according to a search warrant on file in U.S. District Court.
The boy told his mother the abuse occurred in the summer of 2011 while he was spending time with family in Georgia. He told authorities Gravenmier performed oral sex on him at least three times while he was in Georgia, according to court documents.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - An elderly Charleston man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for producing child pornography.
Jack E. Gravenmier, 79, of South Hills is charged with two counts of producing visual depictions of sexually explicit conduct involving three minors.
The indictment alleges Gravenmier coerced the children into engaging in sexual conduct to create the images. The incidents were alleged to have occurred between 2002 and February 2003.
He is also charged with possessing hundreds of images and videos of child pornography on his computer.
Authorities searched Gravenmier's Beaumont Road home on Feb. 11 at the request of detectives in Missouri. They found pictures of boys, multiple VHS tapes and DVDs, pornography, condoms, male enhancement pills, video cameras, handwritten notes, computers and various firearms.
FBI agents arrested Gravenmier in St. Louis on Feb. 13 and charged him with two counts of attempt to persuade a minor to engage in sexual activity, two counts of travel with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, production of child porn and possession of child porn.
A detective with the Troy (Mo.) Police Department received a complaint in January from a woman who claimed her 14-year-old son had been sexually abused by Gravenmier, according to a search warrant on file in U.S. District Court.
The boy told his mother the abuse occurred in the summer of 2011 while he was spending time with family in Georgia. He told authorities Gravenmier performed oral sex on him at least three times while he was in Georgia, according to court documents.
The boy told police he and Gravenmier had been communicating by text messages and the elderly man had been sending sexually explicit texts and photographs. He mentioned past sexual encounters and plans to visit the boy, documents said.
The detective was given permission to pose as the boy and continue the conversation with Gravenmier. The elderly man sent four videos of what he described as child pornography and four pictures, including one of a boy Gravenmier was sexually intimate with.
He told the detective he had more videos and would bring memory cards when he traveled to Missouri in February.
The indictment seeks the forfeiture of Gravenmier's house at 833 Beaumont Road in Charleston, not far from Overbrook Elementary School, and a Cutaway recreational vehicle that allegedly were used in commission of the crimes. Gravenmier is a retired chemical engineer, according to an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
He faces up to 70 years in prison, a $750,000 fine and lifetime supervised release.
It was not immediately clear whether Gravenmier was in custody.
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