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Arrest of Trent Rapp

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Robert K. Yosay | posted Jul 23rd 2009
Police arrested a Beaver Township man after a six-month investigation uncovered a counterfeit money operation and child pornography offenses.

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1chadarthur(1 comment)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

Trent is a good citizen and the canfield cops just have nothing better to do. maybe they should arrest all the drug dealers at canfield highschool

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2Matlock(1 comment)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

Worked for this guy for 4 years and was continuously on his computer that he brought from his own home to help with operations at day-to-day operations at work.

Nothing incriminating whatsoever on it at all.

A good guy who is always helping others. He was even organizing a local contest to benefit a local child through the Make-A-Wish foundation! I have no doubt that this misunderstanding will be cleared up.

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3TB(1167 comments)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

more like he was taken into "custardy"

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4NewsGeek26(14 comments)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

Well most of these child predators are clever when it comes to "hiding" things on a computer. All he needed was an external hard drive at his home and nothing would be found on the actual computer hard drive itself. And I'm sure you weren't browsing his c:\ anyway.

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5mkos(1 comment)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

Also worked with this guy for 3 years. The Canfield Police Dept has made a huge mistake. Who knew an honest magic trick would be mistaken for a full scale counterfeit operation. The police have really turned this story into something its not. There must REALLY be nothing else going on in Canfield if we have the time and money to waste on arresting an innocent guy. I guess all that money from speeding tickets had to go somewhere...

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6Obnr2(1 comment)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

I also worked for Trent for 3 years, and although he was a nice guy while I worked for him, this news does not surprise me. He never did anything illegal at work, but did have quite a few inappropriate conversations with other employees, 16 year olds, regarding favorite sexual acts. Was he a good boss yes, am I shocked by the allegations, no.

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7NewsGeek26(14 comments)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

Just because you worked with the guy doesn't mean that you actually know him. People don't know what happens behind closed doors.

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8magicman(2 comments)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

All I know is the fact is that Trent used that money for a magic trick , I have personally seen the trick, I have known Trent for years and he never tried to pass it off as real money. The other accusations I really don't know about, but I think the F.B.I. should drop the counterfeiting charge because it was a magic tricka and that is a fact, I have known Trent for 15 years and have seen the trick a lot of times.

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968m68(1 comment)posted 5 years, 4 months ago

OK I am pretty sure that none of you know what you are talking about... I dont think the Canfield police would go there arresting becase "they had nothing better to do". You have no proof that he was innocent. He clearly was a little messed up and I dont think ALL the thingS he was arressted for could be "mistakes".

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