New London Man Arrested in New London After Trying to Entice a 13yr Old to Come to Connecticut for a Physical Relationship
This article was published on: 07/6/16 6:19 PM by Mike Minarsky
On June 29, 2016, the Connecticut State Police Computer Crimes Unit received a request for assistance from the Burlington County, New Jersey Prosecutor’s Office – High Tech Crime Bureau, which is part of the New Jersey State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
On June 16th, 2016 the Burlington County Prosecutor’s office and the Florence Township, NJ Police Dept began investigating a complaint that an individual residing in Connecticut was talking in a sexually explicit manner with a 13 year old juvenile female residing in New Jersey. The individual from Connecticut was identified as Bryan White who is also a registered sex offender. In addition to have sexually explicit conversations, White also asked the female if she would travel to Connecticut to have sexual intercourse with him. An investigator from the Burlington County High Tech Crimes Bureau would continue the investigation at this point, and White believed that the young girl was going to travel via bus to the Greyhound Bus Station in New London on July 5th to engage in a physical relationship.
Only July 5th, members of the Ct State Police Computer Crimes Unit and the New London PD conducted surveillance of the Greyhound bus station. White was seen waiting outside of the terminal where the buses arrive at the time he thought the juvenile female was going to arrive. White was arrested and transported to Troop E in Montville.
White was charged with enticing a minor, Criminal attempt to Commit Enticing a Minor, Risk of Injury to a Minor among others. White is being held on $100,000 and was due in New London Superior Court today.