Father charged in child sex video

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 14, 2004

Suffolk News-Herald

A Suffolk father was accused Tuesday by Chesapeake authorities of making a sex video staring one of his former Sunday school students.

Michael G. Boger, of 2901 Ames Cove Drive in northern Suffolk, is charged with soliciting a 14-year old girl to appear nude and partially clad in photographs, and to participate in the sex video.


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The 47-year old man’s case was sent to the grand jury in Chesapeake by Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judge Eileen A. Olds. Authorities believe Boger planned to market the video to another person.

Boger and the victim were in court Tuesday as prosecutors provided details in the investigation to the judge.

He is charged with carnal knowledge, indecent liberties, production of sexually explicit photographs and soliciting a minor for a sexually explicit video. Chesapeake’s Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Derek Wagner serves as prosecutor in the case in which the crimes allegedly took place in November 2003.

Wagner charges that Boger picked the girl up at her home, supposedly to have her baby-sit his children. He allegedly took the girl to the Best Value Inn in the 4400 block of South Military Highway in Chesapeake.

Boger is accused of photographing the girl for what he calls &uot;modeling pictures,&uot; according to court testimony. The photographs are still missing.

A week after the photography session, Boger contacted the girl again, pitching the idea of her appearing in a sex video. Money, he said, that would pay for her &uot;glamour shots,” according to a police search warrant affidavit filed in Chesapeake Circuit Court.

Boger is free on bond but was ordered by the court to have no unsupervised contact with children. He is, however, allowed to transport his own children to and from school.