Edward Kramer was released on bond this week after a child endangerment charge in Connecticut.
- POLICE & FIRE
Saturday, October 22, 2011
A Gwinnett judge has revoked the bond of DragonCon founder Edward Kramer after Kramer was released from jail in Connecticut, WSB-TV reports. Kramer, who is no longer affiliated with the Atlanta-based fantasy and science fiction convention, had been charged with misdemeanor reckless endangerment of a child in Connecticut last month after police said he was found in a hotel room with a teen boy in apparent violation of a Georgia court order. He had been charged 11 years ago in Gwinnett with child molestation but never tried, according to WSB.
Suspect has been barred from unsupervised visits with minors -- but was allegedly alone with teenage boy, police said.
A suspected child molester -- who is reportedly well-known in the sci-fi world as a founder of DragonCon -- was busted at a Milford, CT, hotel Tuesday after investigators got a tip that he was hanging out alone with a teen in a Connecticut hotel, allegedly in violation of a court order in Georgia, police said. Investigators checked with the Gwinnett County District Attorney's office in Georgia and learned that the suspect, identified as Edward Kramer, 50, of Brooklyn, is currently involved in criminal proceedings where he's been charged with aggravated child molestation, according to police. A condition of Kramer's release from jail in Georgia bars him from having any unsupervised contact with minors younger than 16, police said. Armed …
Edward Kramer was reportedly arrested in a Milford, CT motel room where he was with a 14-year-old boy.