Summit Man Accused of Sharing Explicit Images Over the Internet

Summit, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police have arrested Mr. Jeffrey Sapara, 50, of Summit, N.J. for allegedly sharing explicit images of minors over the internet.

Police say after a four-month investigation led by the New Jersey State Police Digital Technology Investigations Unit, detectives determined that Sapara was sharing numerous files over the Internet.

According to a statement released by police, on Friday, July 6, members of the State Police Digital Technology Investigations Unit, K-9 Unit, and T.E.A.M.S Unit along with agents from the Department of Homeland Security and New Jersey State Parole arrested Sapara at his residence and executed a search warrant, which resulted in the seizure of a desktop computer and four external hard drives.

Police charged Jeffrey Sapara was charged with distribution of ‘explicit images of minors’ and lodged him at Union County Jail pending a detention hearing.

This case will be prosecuted by the Division of Criminal Justice.

Charges are mere accusations and the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty.