Lt. Phil Crumpton Public Affairs Branch
Man Arrested In Virginia For Sexual Abuse In Kentucky
Date of Release: 11/23/04
(Pendleton Co, KY) - On November 22, 2004, law enforcement officers in the Norfolk, Virginia, area-along with agents from the Naval Crime Investigative Service (NCIS)-arrested 52 year-old Daryl Kimberly, a Virginia resident, at the Norfolk Naval shipyard on a warrant resulting from the investigation of an online traveler case in Kentucky.
Det. Jacqualine Rogers with the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch (ECB), a part of the Kentucky Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, has been investigating Kimberly for enticing a Kentucky juvenile over the Internet for the purpose of having sex.
In June 2004, Kimberly allegedly drove to Falmouth, Kentucky where he sexually abused a juvenile female.
Evidence of Kimberly's online activities was found on the juvenile victim's computer by KSP ECB forensic examiners.
Kimberly has been indicted on charges of sodomy, 3rd degree by the Pendleton County grand jury and is being held in Virginia awaiting extradition to Kentucky. Det. Rogers is continuing the investigation, and additional charges may be filed in the case.