Around the Region: Lewd Public Acts, $57,000 Watch Theft and Record Child Porn Seizure

A look at top Patch stories from around Georgia.

– Cartersville Patch

A  security worker captured video authorities say shows a man masturbating in the presence of children and their mother at the Cartersville store.

Employees told  deputies the man, kneeling by a shelf and behind a sign, began masturbating in the Electronics department while "constantly looking at the two juvenile girls and looking over his left shoulder as to check if anyone was walking up behind him," according to the incident report.

The man, later identified as David Scott Kramer, 44, of Ball Ground, was detained by Walmart security and arrested on charges of child molestation and public indecency.

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– Buckhead Patch

Atlanta Police are looking for a suspect that stole a watch valued at $57,000 from a Lenox Square jewelry store.

Officers were dispatched on July 3 to  inside Lenox Square, where they learned that a male suspect initially entered the store and asked to view a Rolex watch. He then viewed the watch and left the store, the report states.

The suspect came back a short time later, however, and asked to see the watch again. He was then taken into a back room to try the watch on. At that point, the suspect put the watch on and ran out of the store. 

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– Canton-Sixes Patch

Calling it "possibly the largest seizure of child pornography in Cherokee County to date," sheriff's investigators found more than 100,000 electronic files of child porn on a Woodstock man's computers.

Richard Ensley, 37, is in the  without bond on a charge of sexual exploitation of children after authorities conducted multi-agency sweeps Wednesday and Thursday to verify the addresses of the county's 213 registered sex offenders.

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