Baseball coach accused of soliciting a toddler over the web

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Christopher Service provider, 33, of Canterbury, Connecticut. (State police)

A Connecticut youth baseball coach was arrested Friday at a Warwick resort for allegedly utilizing the web to solicit a toddler to have interaction in sexual exercise, based on authorities.

Rhode Island State Police mentioned Christopher Service provider, 33, of Canterbury, is a vice chairman and coach of the Plainfield Little League in Connecticut.

The division mentioned Service provider engaged in a collection of communication throughout the month of January 2019 with an individual he believed to be a 14-year-old boy.

“The dialog rapidly grew to become sexually express and he allegedly disseminated indecent materials and solicited an individual whom he believed to be a 14-year-old male to have interaction in sexual exercise at a Warwick resort,” mentioned Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Barry in a press launch.

State police mentioned once they arrested Service provider on Friday, they discovered youngster pornography on his cellphone.

“Presently, there isn’t any proof of any involvement with members of the Plainfield Little League,” mentioned Lt. Col. Barry.

The Connecticut man was charged with the next:

  • Indecent Solicitation of a Youngster (two counts)
  • Electronically Disseminating Indecent Materials to a Minor (three counts)
  • Possession of Youngster Pornography

Service provider was ordered held on the Grownup Correctional Establishments on $100,000 surety bail pending arraignment in District Court docket on Monday.

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