We can promise you that as soon as law enforcement allows us to release information, we will share it with you.“We encourage you to take the time to talk to your children. If you have any information relative to this case, please contact Corporal Roger Schwarb from the Maryland State Police at 410-953-8271.
As always, the safety and well-being of our students is our number one concern.”Despite the emails, which came late morning or early afternoon, some parents say they weren’t notified soon enough.
Kenneth Brian Fischer, 39, of the 800 block of Amherst Lane in Westminster, is facing charges in Virginia on four counts of solicitation of a minor in connection with an online chat investigation that began on Aug.
31 by the Fairfax County Police Major Crime Bureau, Child Exploitation Unit, according to a news release from Maryland State Police, which assisted in the investigation.
Cooperating with the investigation means that there is information we are allowed to disclose and information we cannot disclose.
In addition, timelines for the disclosure of information are also provided to us.
Fischer initiated a conversation with the detective and, soon after, solicited for sexual contact with the detective, who he believed to be a juvenile, according to the release.