RALEIGH — Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband service is now live in parts of Raleigh.

Verizon customers in Raleigh should expect to see 5G Ultra Wideband service around the following areas: Triangle Town Center, outside Duke Raleigh Hospital, and Crabtree Valley Mall.

The service is also available in parts of Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Morrisville, Hillsborough, Durham and Bucks County.

A 21-year-old Canadian man has been arrested and charged for allegedly taking naked photographs of himself on a girl his age and sharing them with his friends.

According to VOCM, police in Alberta said they believe the incident is connected to his girlfriend and her ex-boyfriend.

Their intentions, police believe, was to "brag" on computer webcam and have their former girlfriend and her ex-boyfriend prove their extramarital affair.

After the first incident, the man would receive "slim or no response" when he initially sent the images, police said.

They don't believe the offence was reported, as the suspects did not know he was a teenager.

He has been charged with two counts of possession of child pornography, and will appear in court on December 19, VOCM reported.

The incident has been reported to Ottawa Police and Internet child pornography investigations are still ongoing.

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Back in December, a New Brunswick MP Peter Harder revealed his proposed changes to Canada's foreign porn bans could include "pornography or sexualized nudity from depiction of minors."


A 28-year-old Atlantic City man has been charged for allegedly trying to buy a nine-year-old girl for $21,000 on the internet.

3-t0-1 told police he contacted the girl on a sex chat website from a fictitious address.

The attempt was made between February 18 and 20 and the girl told 3-t0-1 that she was 13-years-old.


Officers said a criminal investigation into a six-year-old alleged sex abuse investigation involving four boys and the school has been closed.

The Department of Community Affairs said a report indicating the child alleged abuse was not credible, police did not reach out to the victim after the abuse allegations began, and "the district attorney's office did not believe there was sufficient evidence to proceed with criminal charges."


Police are investigating a complaint of a "young person" who is allegedly coaxing teens into sexual encounters, according to a release from the Newark Police Department.

It's alleged an investigation began with a complaint from