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Toms River Man Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charge

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A Toms River man admitted to a charge related to child pornography this week.

Mark Camlin, 61, pled guilty Wednesday before Judge James M. Blaney to second degree distribution of child pornography, prosecutors said. The plea deal calls for a five year term in New Jersey state prison with registration under Megan’s Law and parole supervision for life.

He will be sentenced on March 23. Senior Assistant Prosecutor Kristin Pressman prosecuted the case.

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Camlin’s guilty plea stems from his July 6, 2017 arrest by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s High Tech Crime Unit (HTCU), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Toms River Police Department. The partnering agencies executed a search warrant that morning at Camlin’s Citta Street residence after an investigation initiated by members of the OCPO High Tech Crime Unit found he had received and distributed images of child pornography at his residence.

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