Plea deal for man with kiddie porn at a home daycare
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
It appears a plea deal has been worked out for Darin Casper, the man busted for having kiddie porn at a home daycare and molesting some kids from there too. Cuyahoga County Judge Robert McClelland is expecting Casper back for a guilty plea on Friday.
We have learned prosecutors and the defense finalized negotiations today.
Cuyahoga County prosecutors say Casper molested at least five kids, and he videotaped 10 kids while they were naked.
Investigators say the case involving Casper goes back to 1998, when he started videotaping kids. They believe Casper started molesting children in 2007
Casper's wife ran the daycare out of the family home on Baltic Ave. in Cleveland. Last spring, investigators found a stash of kiddie porn that they say belonged to Casper.
Prosecutors say the victims were from the daycare and the neighborhood.
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