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The Augusta Chronicle

Monday, May 18, 2015 8:48 AM

Almost two dozen people including a funeral home director, soldier and corrections officers were arrested in a weekend operation aimed at targeting online sexual predators.
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Flanked by GBI investigator Debbie Garner (left) and Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree talk during a press conference about Operation Mayday, an under-cover investigation that targeted adults chatting with children online and then traveling to meet them for sex.    MICHAEL HOLAHAN
Flanked by GBI investigator Debbie Garner (left) and Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree talk during a press conference about Operation Mayday, an under-cover investigation that targeted adults chatting with children online and then traveling to meet them for sex.

The four-day effort, called Operation Mayday, ended Monday morning with 22 suspects, ages 19 to 52. All of the suspects communicated with a “child” online and then traveled to Augusta with the intention of having sex with a child. They are charged with criminal attempt to commit child molestation, but more charges might be added, authorities said.
Debbie Garner, special agent in charge of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit and commander of the Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, said those charged thought most of the children were around 14 to 15 years old.
The offenders range in age, gender, race and occupation, which Garner said is not surprising.
“There is no stereotype,” she said. “There is no typical child predator. “
The undercover operation was coordinated by the GBI’s Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit, Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office and assisted by members of the task force from 16 other Georgia law enforcement agencies.
Sheriff Richard Roundtree said he considered the operation, which took several months of “very tedious planning,” most successful.
Six of the those arrested admitted to previous sexual contact with children. One had two firearms in his vehicle at the time of arrest, and two had the intent of trading something of value in order to have sex with the child.
“They were pretty surprised,” Garner said of the offenders finding themselves in handcuffs instead of meeting a child. “...Some are (remorseful) but some are just sad they got caught.”
All of the suspects’ phones and digital devices were seized. Those devices will be processed and analyzed.
Officials said in a Monday morning news conference that they hope this will bring home the importance of parents monitoring their children’s Internet activity to keep them from sexual predators. In addition to the sexual abuse, children who meet with these type predators could fall victim to kidnapping or human trafficking.
“Children are vulnerable,” Garner said. “The predators are nice to them. They promise them they will take care of them. There are all sorts of ways that they will entice a child to meet with them.”
Officials would not release many details on the workings of the undercover operation, but said no children were actually involved. Garner said people can relate it to television operations like Dateline’s “To Catch a Predator,” but there are also a lot of differences.
Garner said this is only the second online child predator operation she has been involved in. Last year in suburban Atlanta’s DeKalb County a similar operation resulted in 14 arrests.
Name - home - age - occupation
  • Thomas Michael Moxley, Jr. - Aiken - 43 - tire store employee
  • Cody Allen Bondurant - Martinez - 23 - actor
  • Paul Ellis Kitchens - Augusta - 44 - funeral home director
  • Richard Dean Tyndall - Evans - 24 - electrician
  • Leon Cornelius Holley - Grovetown - 20 - retail stocker
  • John Kenneth Crowley - Augusta - 30 - unemployed
  • Kyle Andrew Negus - Augusta - 26 - software programmer
  • Travis Demond Driggers - Louisville - 34 - correctional officer
  • Matthew Kyle Sears - Augusta - 25 - tire store employee
  • Matthew Robert Tyndall - Augusta - 25 - restaurant manager
  • Cody Justin Pobanz - Augusta - 27 - crane tech
  • Christopher Anthony Titre - Martinez - 22 - grocery store employee
  • Jordan Andrew Waters - Beech Island - 22 - pharmacy tech
  • Ruben Ellis Reese - Martinez - 52 - Columbia County deputy jailer
  • Nicholas Sebastian Barber - Martinez - 23 - pool attendant
  • Ian B. Shelby - Martinez - 25 - university student
  • Everett Ryan Lewis - Baxley, Ga. - 21 - laborer
  • Heather Elyssa Myers - 19 - Fort Gordon - soldier
  • Reginald Martinez Grubbs - Waynesboro - 40 - truck driver
  • Jordan Blake Roberts - Grovetown - 21 - Airman
  • Nicholas Michael Hopkins - Evans - 25 - landscaper
  • Tyler Alexander Judkins - Evans - 19 - student
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AFjoe 05/18/15 - 09:03 am

kind of fools are these people? Hope they all get what is coming to them. A good friend of mine, his son (age 28) responded to a craigs list ad awhile back and got nabbed. He was more than shocked, some of these folks really fly under the radar.
SimpleGirl 05/18/15 - 09:19 am
They come in all ages and

They come in all ages and backgrounds, wow.....
Disgusting and makes my stomach churn. If and when these folks are proven guilty, I hope they never, ever walk our streets again. They've chosen to live their lives preying on children.....lowest of the lowest.
NewsJunkie1 05/18/15 - 09:19 am
Great job RCSO and GBI!

Great job RCSO and GBI! Children of the CSRA and around are a little safer thanks to these efforts!
scooter2762 05/18/15 - 09:49 am
I think the unemployment rate

I think the unemployment rate just rose. Disgusting people.
Dixieman 05/18/15 - 10:04 am
OK, but...

...I would like to know the names of their employers so I can keep my kids safe. Restaurant manager? Which one? Grocery store, pool attendant, etc. -- if these creeps get out on bail and go back to work, I want to know where they are. Chronicle?
happychimer 05/18/15 - 10:49 am
I want to see pictures.

I want to see pictures.
I Be Dog Gone
I Be Dog Gone 05/18/15 - 11:02 am

These are very sick and disturbed individuals. I hope each of them are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and I think the business of each of these arrested should be listed to be sure children are not alone at any of these places until the investigation is complete.
nocnoc 05/18/15 - 11:35 am
Marinerman1 05/18/15 - 12:17 pm
Deep, Dark, Hole

Gather them all, and place into a deep, dark hole. The few "professionals" have now had their careers smashed into the rocks. I would also agree with 'Dixieman' -- name the employers, so we'll know. It is not their fault, but it would still be nice to know.
SimpleGirl 05/18/15 - 12:38 pm
Very hard just looking at

Very hard just looking at these photos knowing the types of people they are. How anyone on this earth can look at a child in any way other than what they are, innocent, precious children, is sickening.
I think people like these should die for their behavior not allowed to hurt and ruin innocent childrens' lives.
happychimer 05/18/15 - 12:45 pm
GOOD WORK!!! Thanks to all

GOOD WORK!!! Thanks to all those involved with catching them.
Quack Quack Quack
Quack Quack Quack 05/18/15 - 01:50 pm
Looks like a lot of jobs

Looks like a lot of jobs became available today. Good job to all
involved in this catch.
Just My Opinion
Just My Opinion 05/18/15 - 03:22 pm
Let's be honest...when you

Let's be honest...when you were scanning the names or the pictures, weren't you the least bit afraid that you would see someone you recognized or actually knew? I know I did. These people look like everyone else. What I'm trying to say is that our kids are taught to watch out for the big, bad, boogey-man sexual predator..but these guys don't fit that bill in the minds of a child! Studies have shown that kids are looking for someone "dark and mean-looking", not some average-looking guy. When we teach our kids to be on guard for someone like this, we have to remember that it can be anyone!
Very scary.
And BTW, I'm thankful that NONE of the creeps was anyone that I know.
corgimom 05/18/15 - 05:26 pm
As a police officer told me
As a police officer told me last year, "Nobody needs to be around a sex offender, ever. They are sick in the head, they don't think like other people, and they never change."
ALL of them are just sorry they got caught. They've done it before and they will do it again.
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