Police say Krazy Fish owner videotaped sex acts

  • Friday, May 3, 2013

  • Updated Monday, September 23, 2013 11:10 am

Kenneth Terry

The Krazy Fish restaurant on Front Street was back open for business Friday and co-owner Kenneth Terry was back on the job, three days after he was arrested on charges of soliciting prostitution.
A police report about the case which was released Friday reveals more details than police had previously made public.
Police said they were tipped off by an anonymous source that minors were being served alcohol and were solicited for sex inside the restaurant.
The latest allegations also reveal 46-year-old Terry may have been recording sex acts of males and placing them on a website called brokeredneckboyz.com. The website has been deleted and Police Capt. Nelson Brown says a forensic computer search is taking place to try to retrieve any videos that may have been placed on the website.
Brown said search warrants were executed at four locations including the Krazy Fish restaurant, a boat behind the restaurant on which Terry was living and a studio on Front Street Terry was using. He said computers were seized as part of the investigation.
Brown said the criminal acts took place at various locations.
The police report quotes the anonymous source as saying one person claims he was paid $150 on four occasions last year. Another said he was promised a partnership in the restaurant if he could recruit new males to be videoed.
Brown said investigators have not substantiated any of those allegations.
Terry is being represented by attorney John Hilliard.

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