(Hampstead, MD) – In a previous news release issued today announcing the arrest of two Carroll County men on child pornography charges, their affiliation with a school and a Church was found to be incorrect.
Investigators do not believe the two Carroll County men charged in this case are currently affiliated with the Crossroads Church of the Nazarene in Ellicott City or the Lamb of God School in Halethorpe. Police have received information that Connections Church rents space at the Lamb of God School, where both suspects were believed to be volunteers with a children’s ministry. There is no evidence indicating any crimes have been committed at Connections Church.
The accused are identified as Tyler Curtis, 20 and Matthew Curtis, 20, both of the 1700 block of Lower Forty Drive in Hampstead, MD. Tyler Curtis is charged with four counts each of distribution and possession of child pornography. Matthew Curtis is charged with four counts of possession of child pornography. The twins were arrested at their home yesterday morning and transported to the Carroll County Detention Center.