Arrest for child porn leads Boise Police to investigate other possible crimes
In late November, 2011, Boise Police detectives with the Internet Crimes Against Children’s Task Force began investigating a lead that provided evidence for a search warrant for a home near W. McMillan and N. Maple Grove Roads.
A team of Boise Police detectives served the warrant on the home on January 3rd. Evidence obtained during this search led police to arrest Clinton Matthews, 22, of Boise, Monday afternoon, January 10th, on the charge of possession child pornography.
During the investigation into the charge, officers with the Boise Police Special Victims Unit discovered information that Matthews had access and opportunity to have personal contact with children, ages ranging from three years old to young teens. Officers are concerned other crimes against children may have occurred involving the suspect.
Officers are asking the parents of any children who had contact with the suspect Matthews to talk to their children about that interaction. Parents may contact Detective Morgan at 570-6244 with any questions or additional information.