Southborough Police assist with arrest of town resident
On September 30, 2012 at approximately 1430 hours, Massachusetts State Troopers assigned to the Attorney General’s Office, along with assistance from the Southborough Police Department, placed Southborough resident Daniel Goichman under arrest outside of his home. Goichman, who is a registered Sex Offender residing on East Main Street in Southborough, was charged with three (3) counts of possession of child pornography.
The arrest stemmed from an ongoing investigation involving the Massachusetts State Police and the Southborough Police Department. During the investigation, a search warrant had been granted for his residence and was executed on Sept. 27, 2012. A forensic analysis of Goichman’s computer was conducted on-scene, and at the Attorney General Computer Lab. The analysis revealed files of child pornography on Mr. Goichman’s computer.
On September 30, 2012 at approximately 1215 hours, Goichman entered the Southborough Police Station and stated that he wished to change his address on the Sex Offender registration, to that of a location in Mexico City, Mexico. He stated that he was leaving for Mexico later that evening. Southborough Police notified State Police of this revelation, and troopers from the Attorney General’s Office along with members of the Southborough Police department, were dispatched to his residence. Goichman was placed under arrest, and was brought to State Police Millbury barracks for booking. He was held without bail pending his appearance in Westborough District Court on Monday morning, October 1, 2012.
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