Area disc jockey accused of sex assault

A 27-year-old West Chester man who worked as a deejay has been booked on criminal charges, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan said on Wednesday, April 8.

Daniel J. Milowicki is accused of using a modeling job as a ploy to lure a young woman to his home for sex.
Daniel J. Milowicki is accused of using a modeling job as a ploy to lure a young woman to his home for sex.

After an investigation by Pennsylvania State Police, Daniel J. Milowicki, who has residences in Westtown and West Bradford townships, was arrested for involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, possession of child pornography, invasion of privacy, and drug offenses, court records said.

Milowicki could not immediately be reached for comment.

Hogan said Milowicki was self-employed as a photographer and disc jockey for weddings, parties, children’s birthday parties, school dances, bars, and other events in the area. An online profile lists him as a “DJ, disc jockey, producer, photographer, videographer, musician, graphic illustrator, and more.”

The latter category gives authorities reason to worry, Hogan suggested. “Because of the defendant’s potential exposure to many young victims as a DJ and photographer, we remain concerned that the full scope of the defendant’s conduct has not been uncovered yet,” he said.

According to the criminal complaint, a 21-year-old victim responded to an Internet ad on Craigslist looking for a petite model, and Milowicki took her to his home for the “photo shoot.” It ended with his insistence that she engage in sex acts and his threats to release video of them if she didn’t continue to comply, the complaint said.

After the victim contacted state police, troopers executed a search warrant on Feb. 25, seizing recording materials, hundreds of images of child pornography, surreptitiously recorded “up-skirt” videos of young women, and a marijuana-growing operation, the complaint said.

“This defendant is a classic sexual predator.  He chose his profession, photographer and DJ, to give him easy access to his targets,” Hogan said in a press release.  “He progressed from possession of child pornography, to creating his own clandestine pornography, to a sexual assault.  His behavior steadily escalated from passive viewing to an aggressive attack.”

The defendant 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, court records said.  He posted 10 percent of his $250,000 bail and was released to await a preliminary hearing on Tuesday, April 14, in West Chester, records said.

Hogan praised the state police investigation, which he said was continuing. “Based upon hard-earned experience, there may be other victims out there,” Hogan said.  “People who had contact with this defendant should report any concerns to law enforcement immediately.”

Anyone with information should contact Trooper Lori Edgar at 610-486-6280, the release said.

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