Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae has announced on August 8, the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office – High Tech Crimes Unit concluded a three-week Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigation with the arrest of Nicholas Brozina, 44, of Stow Creek.
According to Prosecutor Webb-McRae, Investigators received a cyber tip referral from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) regarding the uploading of suspected explicit images of minors.
Through investigative measures, Brozina was developed as a suspect. It was also learned during the investigation that Brozina was a teacher with the Salem County Special Services School District.
Prosecutor Webb-McRae stated that Nicholas Brozina has been charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Minor, Endangering the Welfare of a Minor – Photographing/Filming a Minor, Possession of Explicit Images of Minors and Invasion of Privacy.
The State alleges that Brozina inappropriately photographed a minor female without her knowledge. That minor female is not a student of the Salem County Special Services School District.
The State also alleges that Brozina was in possession of alleged explicit images of minors.
According to Prosecutor Webb-McRae, the Salem County Special Services School District has been fully cooperative during this investigation.
Brozina was lodged in the Cumberland County Jail after arrest.
Anyone having information about this investigation is encouraged to please contact Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Kyle Mecouch at 856-453-0486 ext. 13305 or 856-332-4379.
Information can also be provided 100% anonymously by visiting CCPO.TIPS from any smartphone, computer or tablet.