Sex Offender Accused Of Sex Crimes Against Children As Young As 3 Years Old

A registered sex offender from Carteret County is accused of exposing himself to children between the ages of 3 and 12 years old.

Jimmy Brown was arrested today by sheriff deputies. Investigators say Brown knew all his victims and is also accused of other incidents of assault and indecent exposure that date back to last August.

Brown lived on Old Mill Road in the Mill Creek area of Carteret County.

The state's sex offender web site says the 46 year old man was arrested in 2006 for two counts of indecent liberties with a minor and served a year and two months in prison. He was released last February.

Brown's new charges include 14 counts of indecent liberties, 12 counts of assault on a child under twelve, 9 counts of simple assault, 7 counts of indecent exposure, and 18 counts of trespassing.

Deputies say Brown is also accused of breaking into a neighbor's vehicle and also trying to break into that neighbor's home.

He is in the Carteret County jail on a $207,500 secured bond.

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  • by ANGIE Location: GREENVILLE, NC on Feb 5, 2008 at 06:13 AM
  • by T Location: nc on Feb 2, 2008 at 09:02 AM
    I cannot believe that someone could say that people are the the sex offender registry that "did nothing wrong at all" !!
  • by joe stroud Location: morehead city on Feb 1, 2008 at 07:51 PM
    One day i hope that the legislators will realize these people cannot be helped. They should never see the light of day again. Since this will never happen, anyone ever released should not only be registered but should have to wear an ankle bracelet for life. This cost should be borne by the criminal and not the taxpayer. As a society just how long are we going to keep letting these perverts abuse our children?
  • by Leo on Feb 1, 2008 at 11:24 AM
    Ya know I will agree on the thoughts of all of you as long as he did do these crimes. But I cannot stand to hear such comments out of people that haven't a clue whether he actually did or not. I do not know him. I do not know whether he is guilty or not. But I can guarantee I am not going to judge whether he is or not based on him being on that stupid flawed registry or on other people's opinions. I judge after the whole story is out from his mouth and the accusers. It is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty not guilty until proven innocent. You people make me sick. Half of that registry is full of people that did nothing wrong at all. They either were falsely accused by some conniving ex or on their for "being a teenager". I mean that in the sense of teenagers will do stupid things once in a while. Parent need to look after their kids more rather than expect everyone else to look out for their kids. Most parents are guilty of not paying enough attention.
  • by David Location: Manteo on Jan 31, 2008 at 05:24 PM
    DO NOT put this man in a prison and waste our tax money. Instead, tie him to a tree in the center of that town, lay a pile of assorted tools and weapons on the ground beside him and let the victims and their families have at him. That is the rightful justice that can be served. Garbage such as this thing is not worth wasting our taxes on supporting him in our jail systems.
  • by L. Location: NC on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:57 AM
    Why do we always blame the police dept. What about the attorneys who represent this scum? The P.D. is doing their job, they find them, arrest them, put them in jail and then some sorry #%* attorney comes along to say we need to let them out on bail & believe it or not there is a judge dumb enough to agree to it. If it were their mother, wife, daughter or granddaughter who were molested by these perverts, you could bet your bottom dollar, they wouldn't be released! They have NO rights after they hurt our children, or anyone for that matter. Make them wear a GPS system so they can be tracked constantly. Brand them with something so visible, everyone will know. Why on earth would anyone worry about their legal rights, they were lost the moment they chose to do this dispicable deed. Our legal system is far too soft on these offenders, do we really care how comfy they are in prison? Think about it, they actually have it better than many hard working families with 3 meals, health care, etc.
  • by Jennifer Location: Millcreek NC {right up the street from this sicko} on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:35 PM
    ive known about jimmy brown for years, since i first lived in millcreek. im hoping he gets the maximum punishment for this. all of this needs to stop. and not just with this one individual. all sex offended cases need to be handled way more seriously than they are. and i totally agree with "J" and Devil Dog.
  • by Nisha Location: North Carolina on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:04 PM
    It is sick for someone to want to mess over a child. I feel like they should lock him under the jail for a crime like this. The judge should give someone like him life in child because that is just like murdering someone to mess up a child's life. If he did it before and was let out of jail and he has done it again then that let you know that he really doesn't care who he hurts and should be kept locked up
  • by now now Location: greenville on Jan 30, 2008 at 09:10 PM
    i agree with all the points but don't blame the police department, they did their job. police have no controll over the time the purve gets. what we need to be worried about who takes office in january.
  • by p Location: nc on Jan 30, 2008 at 05:40 PM
    I agree with Devil Dog. This is the time to take action against the PERVERTS. He is a sick person and prison time did him no good. Also see new info that he says he didnt do it. I guess all of his neighbors lied. That is why I do check the SEX OFFENDER registry to see what is close to my neighborhood. It doesn't hurt to know what is going on around you. Everyone should be aware and protect our children from such slime. J from NC made a good point as well. I bet that would stop these people. He should have never been released in the first place.
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