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Sunday, July 23, 2017


6:00 p.m Friday, July 21, 2017 Palm Beach County Crime

CV lessee in the news for various crimes. I wonder from whom did he lease? And did the landlord request a UCO investigation??


A former government contractor with ties to West Palm Beach was sentenced to life in prison Friday on a convictions for sex trafficking and child exploitation while he worked at a U.S. military base in Honduras.

Christopher Rennie Glenn was sentenced during an appearance before U.S. District Judge Robert N. Scola Jr. He was convicted in March following a month-long trial in Miami. He was already serving prison time for stealing national defense secrets.

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He previously was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty in 2015 to stealing military plans and intelligence reports from the U.S. Department of Defense. Federal prosecutors say in 2010, and from 2012 through 2014, Glenn engaged in an elaborate scheme to sexually exploit teenage girls while working as a computer system administrator at Soto Air Base in Honduras.

In January 2015, Glenn pleaded guilty to stealing government secrets while working at the base. According to authorities, he stored some secret documents at an apartment he leased in Century Village and a warehouse in West Palm Beach.

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  1. Hi Charlie,
    This is an old case.
    In 2014, UCO worked with federal authorities (Agent DelToro) to provide them some information. Glenn did not rent here, his mother did and her investigation was fine.
    Christopher Glenn and his wife were called in by his mom on a number of occasions, and of course that would not trigger a requirement for investigation.
    Indeed, Christopher did illegally store classified documents in his moms unit, unbeknownst to her.

    Dave Israel

    1. I can see how stories can change. One person tells another and so forth and you wind up with partial truths. No one really questions what really happened they only listen to the worst part. I am certain there is a lot of residents that have family that have police records for similar crimes.

    2. Thanks for the clarification. Good to know that UCO Investigations is diligent and vigilant.


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