DJ arrested on sexual assault, possession of child pornography charges

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CHESTER COUNTY, PA (WPMT) — A Chester County disc jockey is arrested on multiple charges including sexual assault of a young woman.  Daniel Jon Milowicki, 28 is self employed as a photographer and DJ for weddings, parties, children’s birthday parties, school dances, bars and other events.

According to a criminal complaint Milowicki allegedly sexually assaulted a woman that responded to an ad on Craigslist for a petite model. Milowicki is accused of taking the victim to his home for a “photo shoot” where he coerced  her to perform oral  sex on him. He then allegedly threatened to release a recording online of the victim performing the act if she did not subject herself to another photo shoot with additional sex acts. The victim contacted the Pennsylvania State Police about the incident.

In the course their investigation State Police executed search warrants at Milowicki’s home.  The searches resulted in the seizure of various digital recording devices, media storage devices, computers, a marijuana grow operation, and various sexual related paraphernalia.

Searches of Milowicki’s electronic devices revealed hundreds of images of child pornography, including pictures of children as young as five. Images included children being forced to commit sexual acts with adult men.  Milowicki was also in possession of “up-skirt videos”, images of young women being recorded from below that revealed underneath the skirts of the women. The recordings showed Milowicki setting up the recording devices.
Milowicki  was arrested on Tuesday April 7 and charged with over 300 felony counts, including Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse, Possession of Child Pornography, and Drug Delivery.  Milowick faces a preliminary arraignment next Tuesday in West Chester.

Read the entire criminal complaint.

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