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Sarasota News Leader May 24, 2013 Page 59 ENGLEWOOD MAN CHARGED IN CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CASE The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested Robert Kulsar, 18, of 2541 Englewood Road, Englewood, on child pornography charges. Detectives learned that a computer user in Sarasota County was downloading and sharing child pornography on the Internet, using peer-to-peer software from a specific IP address, a Sheriff's Office report says. After viewing an extensive list of files available from that address, the report continues, detectives determined many of the titles suggested content including sexual abuse or sexual exploitation of children. Detectives executed a search warrant on May 22 at the location for that IP address, which is Kulsar's residence, the report adds. "A forensic examination of his computer revealed more than 32 images containing children involved in sexual conduct," the report says. Robert Kulsar/Contributed photo Kulsar is charged with 18 counts of Promotion of Sexual Performance by a Child and 32 counts of Possession of Sexual Performance by a Child. He is being held in the Sarasota County Jail without bond. CLICK IT OR TICKET CAMPAIGN UNDER WAY IN COUNTY The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office is again participating in the National Click It or Ticket Campaign to save lives and remind motorists that the law requires them to buckle up. from coast to coast, Click it or Ticket," the release points out. In Florida, all motorists are required to buckle up when riding in the front seat, and passengers under the age of 18 must use proper seat Through June 2, law enforcement agencies restraints regardless of where they are posithroughout the United States are intensifying tioned in the vehicle, the release adds. efforts to enforce seat belt laws for all motorists around the clock, a Sheriff's Office news "Thanks to awareness campaigns such as this, the National Highway Traffic Safety Adminrelease notes. In Sarasota County, failing to istration (NHTSA) reports that seat belt use wear a seatbelt will cost drivers $116. reached 86 percent in 2012, an increase from "Every year during the Memorial Day holiday, 84 percent the year before, the release notes. agencies join forces to send one clear mes- According to NHTSA research, men ages 18 sage: 24 hours a day, seven days a week and to 34 are least likely to buckle up.

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