Video Game Club Founder Arrested On Child Sex Charges In St. Thomas: VIPD
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A man who founded a video game club where teens can hang out in St. Thomas has been arrested on child sex charges, authorities said.
Dwight E. “Terrarizzin” Isaac, of Charlotte Amalie, was arrested Thursday and charged with first-degree unlawful sexual contact, the Virgin Islands Police Department said.
“Isaac was identified by the minor female victim as the person who engaged in sexual contact with her on more than one occasion,” the VIPD said on Twitter.
Isaac was booked and processed and remains in the custody of the Virgin Islands Bureau of Corrections pending an advice-of-rights hearing.
Dwight E. Isaac founded the Virgin Islands Videogame Network (VIVN) with his identical twin brother Dwayne in 2015 “as a way for local video game players to connect socially,” they told the Virgin Islands Daily News two years ago.
The news of Dwight E. Isaac’s arrest this week was posted by the VIPD to Twitter at 10:31 p.m. on April 29.
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