WOBURN (CBS) – A Woburn Little League coach has been charged with routinely contacting teenage boys over the Internet and engaging them in sex acts. Raymond McAllister, 20, pleaded not guilty in Woburn District Court to disseminating material harmful to a minor, enticement of a child, and charges of posing a child in a state of nudity.
Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone says if the charges aren’t disturbing enough, McAllister had contact with children as the baseball coach, a volunteer at a bible camp at St. Mary’s Church in Winchester, and an instructor at a Woburn jujitsu studio.
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“He’s always been a good kid, everybody likes him he has a great heart. To see something happen like this, it’s terrible,” said his father Wayne McAllister.
Investigators say Raymond McAllister made contact with a 13-year-old boy in Arizona over the website Teenchat.com and then enticed him onto the webcam Skype to perform sex acts while they engaged in conversation.
According to State Police, the boy reported the contact to Arizona authorities leading them to track down the Internet address of the Skype account that was used. In December 2011, Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force were informed of the investigation and traced the account to McAllister’s Woburn home. Troopers seized his laptop computer where they allegedly found pornographic videos of young boys.
They say he admitted to often using websites frequented by boys ages 12 to 16 and convincing them to engage in a mutual sexual activity at least twice a week. If McAllister makes the $10,000 dollar bail that was set, he’s been ordered held under house arrest with no access to telephones.
A judge also ordered that computers be removed from the home.