Both waived their rights to preliminary and detention hearings and will remain in custody pending further proceedings.
Washington has been charged with sex trafficking of a child and sexual abuse of a minor, while Beazer was charged with sexual abuse of a minor.
Federal prosecutors have charged two airmen stationed at Dover Air Force Base with sexually abusing a teenage runaway who stayed with them in base housing for several months. Weiss, acting United States Attorney for the District of Delaware, announced on Thursday that an investigation into the child exploitation and sexual abuse of a minor led to the arrests of Airman First Class Dalian Washington, 25, of Philadelphia, and Airman First Class Akeem Beazer, 21, of Pompano Beach, Florida. Katherine Vaughn, with media relations at Dover Air Force Base, had no immediate comment about the status of the two airmen on Friday, but an official statement was released by DAFB officials:"Dover Air Force Base leadership is aware that Federal prosecutors have charged two Dover airmen with sexual assault of an underage female.
We are cooperating fully with local law enforcement agencies as they continue their investigation."The investigation began after the girl – who was 15 years old at the time but has since turned 16 – told a social worker last month that she had stayed on base and had sex with the two airmen, according to court documents.
The girl was then interviewed by an agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and a Delaware State Police detective on March 16.
According to the complaint, the detective knew the girl prior to the interview “as a child with a troubled home life who often lived on the street.”Washington and Beazer were arrested on March 31 and made their initial court appearances in United States District Court that day.
In one instance, he wrote that "work sucks today," according to the court document. 24 video, Moore can be seen in "what appears to be a small room wearing what appears to be a tactical vest and a baseball-style hat with sunglasses" and stated in the chat "that he was on break and had to go relieve someone," according to the complaint.
Moore, who served in the military, was informed on Nov.
A Delaware investigation has resulted in the arrest of a uniformed Secret Service officer accused of sending a picture of his genitals to someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl, according to court documents. Officials in Delaware would not comment on the charges and referred to the criminal complaints.All agency-issued equipment was retrieved, "and the employee’s access to all Secret Service facilities was terminated," she said. Said Mainor: "The Secret Service takes allegations of potential criminal activity extremely seriously."Contact Jessica Masulli Reyes at (302) 324-2777, [email protected] Twitter @Jessica Masulli. Moore made it clear that he knew I was a 14 yr old girl."After Moore became suspicious, a female detective stepped in to chat with him and continued exchanging photos and videos.Some of the chats occurred while he was in his work break room or checking identifications at a building entrance, the complaint said.