The diocese immediately notified law enforcement officials and cooperated completely with the investigation that resulted in the charges filed today."The statement went on to say that Mraz was removed from the public ministry and cannot present himself as a priest. Ann's pastor, Mraz once taught at Catholic high schools in Allentown and Reading.HARRISBURG – Acting Attorney General Bill Ryan has announced that agents from the Attorney General’s Child Predator Unit recently arrested two southeastern Pennsylvania men, both accused of using Internet chat rooms to sexually proposition young teenage girls, along with sending nude or sexually explicit webcam videos.According to the criminal complaint, Buck sent nude webcam videos during his first online encounters with both girls, asking, “ever see a guy down there,” and, “wanna see what happens when a guy is excited?” Ryan said that Buck allegedly instructed one of the girls to masturbate while he sent numerous nude webcam videos, asked if she had any other friends who he could send videos to and urged the girl to send him photos of herself.A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 22nd, at 11 a.m. Buck will be prosecuted in Lehigh County by Deputy Attorney General Christopher J.Jones of the Attorney General’s Child Predator Unit.“As Spring weather brings changes in after-school activities and family schedules it is important for parents to regularly discuss Internet safety with their children,” Ryan said.“Online predators are hoping that more teens will be home alone for longer periods of time and may be spending more time on-line chatting with their friends, playing games or just exploring the Internet.” Ryan noted that spring and summer typically bring an increase in the number of incidents involving Internet predators.
Ryan thanked the Upper and Lower Providence Township Police Departments for their cooperation and assistance with this investigation.The “girls” were actually undercover agents who were using the online profiles of 13-year old girls.The defendants are identified as Scott Matthew Buck, 43, 5758 Lower Macungie Road, East Texas (Lehigh County) and Richard Thomas Spitzer, 39, 3 Winding Ridge Road, Collegeville (Montgomery County).“Last year, more than 60 percent of our Child Predator Unit arrests occurred during the spring and summer months, including men from every corner of Pennsylvania and from as far away as Ohio, Maryland, New York and California, all trying to use the Internet to sexually victimize children,” Ryan said.Scott Matthew Buck Ryan said that Buck is accused of using Internet chat rooms to approach two different undercover agents from the Child Predator Unit, who were using the profiles of young teens from the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas.
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After Tuesday's arraignment, Mraz was released on $50,000 unsecured bail.