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Cedar Rapids Man Arrested for Dissemination/Exhibition Obscene Materials to a Minor 
4/5/2010 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 5, 2010, 2:00 pm

Subject Arrested on Sex Crimes
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA  
     The Cedar Rapids Police Department arrested Randal Mauderer, 12/7/65, at Large, for Dissemination/Exhibition Obscene Materials to a Minor, Prostitution and Distribution to Persons Under 18. This arrest is a result of an on-going investigation by the Cedar Rapids Police Department Sex Crimes Unit and Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) since March 16, 2010.  The charges stem from complaints and a search warrant that was executed.  As a result of this, Mauderer was found to have shown photographs of nude males in sex acts on his computer to a 15 year old male, offered a 15 year old male money in exchange for a sex act and provided marijuana to a 15 year old male on numerous occasions. This took place at his address at that time of 870 14 St NE.  Mauderer is not living there any longer.
     Mauderer was arrested in the Cedar Rapids Police Department parking lot at 505 1 St SW, on April 5, 2010, at about 9:43 a.m. Mauderer came to the Police Department as he had heard we were looking for him. Mauderer was taken to Linn County Jail.

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