By Red Pill  |  11-28-2017   News
Photo credit: New York State Police

Another day, another vicious pedophile busted in New York by State Troopers who are trying to protect the children in their region.

Authorities say that 35-year-old Justin R. Mancini was detained this past Friday after he had been investigated for using Craigslist to advertise babysitting opportunities.

Initially, a tip came in that the man may be a pedophile, prompting New York State Troopers and their cyber crimes unit to look further into the matter.

After obtaining a warrant to search Mancini’s residence in Endicott, police said they found multiple disturbing child pornography images of children engaged in sexual relations with adults.

State Troopers say that Mancini was found with images depicting sexual conduct by a child less than 16 years old.

He was charged Friday with three individual felony counts of possessing a sexual performance by a child.

Mancini was being detained in the Broome County Central arraignment facility, and given an initial release until his trial date, according to<a href="http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/public-safety/2017/11/28/endicott-man-who-posted-babysitting-ad-craigslist-had-child-porn-troopers-say/900576001/"> Press Connects</a>.

Shocking and disturbing, but New York is an incredibly populated and liberal state that releases nonviolent offenders until trial due to the extreme amount of criminals coming through their doors.

New York State Police are still asking anyone with any information to aid the investigation, including whether Mancini was hired to babysit from the ads on Craigslist, to contact Troopers at 607-754-3854.

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