They learned that the link to Dropbox had been circulating among students at the high school.Investigators are to obtain search warrants and subpoenas to look into the sharing of the photos and videos, Whitemarsh Police Chief T. The high school previously had arranged for the District Attorney's Office to present sessions about inappropriate use of social media; they will be held Dec. "We can't stress enough that anything posted on a social-media site can be copied and used by anyone," Gorodetzer said.I said I’ll run with you as far as I need to.” “He stopped then and turned round and I thought he was going to try to intimidate me.As soon as I fronted him face to face he backed down like a little mouse.Once the crime is committed involving a person younger than age 18, the victim has 10 years to report the incident once they turn 18 years old.The incidents were first reported March 25 when a Plymouth County resident reported she was spied on by a male in Craig.According to police, a nude picture of a female student circulated among the six suspects, prompting the investigation.
Police were called to the school to meet with staff and a group of students.He was taken to the Plymouth County Jail, where he remained on a ,000 bond. Lee Mousley, 44, a carpet fitter and cage fighter, said he saw women confronting a man who was believed to have been chasing a 13-year-old girl around the park naked. I get onto Botanic Road and there’s a gang of women standing there arguing with this fella.Police this week were called to investigate a Dropbox account with photos and video clips of minors who attend Plymouth Whitemarsh High School or live in surrounding communities."The preliminary investigation revealed a Dropbox account that included pictures of a number of current and graduated students," Colonial School District Superintendent Mary Ellen Gorodetzer said in a statement.