Campton man faces child exploitation charges

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CAMPTON — Acting on a warrant, Campton Police arrested a local man on charges related to the online exploitation of children, officials said Monday.

Timothy Stonis, 53, was taken into custody on March 4, facing five counts of Certain Uses of Computer Services Prohibited, Indecent Exposure and Lewdness, False Personation of a Law Enforcement Officer, and Falsifying Physical Evidence.

All charges against Stonis are classified as class B felonies.

Following his arrest, Stonis was released on personal recognizance bail.

He is scheduled to appear at the Plymouth Court for arraignment, where the date will be set for further legal proceedings.

The conditions of his bail were not immediately disclosed.

The Campton Police Department has not released further details regarding the investigation that led to Stonis’s arrest.

The case highlights ongoing concerns about the safety of children online and the importance of vigilance against such exploitation.

Authorities encourage anyone with information about this case or similar incidents to contact the Campton Police Department.

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