An International Falls, Minnesota man has been charged with possession of child pornography, identity theft and other crimes after investigators uncovered an alleged identity theft scheme carried out to lure adult and juvenile females into providing nude images of themselves. According to the criminal complaint, investigators found that Cory Nicholas Maish, 36, of International Falls, stole the identity of another man and then then set up several social media profiles using that man's name. He used those profiles to persuade the victims to provide nude images, according to authorities. The charges relate to two victims, but based on evidence obtained during the investigation, other victims likely unknowingly sent images of themselves to Maish, police said. For more local news, click here to sign up for real-time news alerts and newsletters from Minnesota Patch, click here to find your local Minnesota Patch. Also, follow us on Facebook , and if you have an iPhone, click here to get the free Patch iPhone app.
The Obon Festival concluded with the traditional lantern lighting ceremony in the frog pond in Como Park. A man angry about nude photos of his sister being shown around was fatally stabbed in a confrontation in downtown Minneapolis with the year-old man accused of sharing the images, authorities said. Police on Thursday said that the victim died on Wednesday, the same day that second-degree attempted murder charges were filed against Bruce R. Fry appeared in court Thursday afternoon on an upgraded charge of second-degree murder. Authorities have yet to identify the victim, who was declared brain dead Monday and put on life support ahead of organ donation.
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