Four Lancaster County sex offenders 04232019

Clockwise from upper right: Javier Medina, Ahmed Mousa, Christian Koelsch and Shawn Long, were recently sentenced in Lancaster County court for sex crimes.

Five Lancaster County men have recently been sentenced for various sex crimes they pleaded guilty to, ranging from child pornography to aggravated indecent assault.

• Ahmed M. Mousa, 37, of Lancaster, will serve seven to 15 years in prison for possession of child pornography.

Mousa was on probation last summer for a conviction of attempting to lure a child into a vehicle when police discovered he had the materials on a cellphone. He must register his whereabouts under Megan’s Law for life.

• Shawn D. Long, 20, of Ronks, will serve 3¾ to 12 years in prison for aggravated indecent assault of a child and related counts. Long had illegal contact with a child also sent a lewd photo, via Facebook, to a child. He must register his whereabouts under Megan’s Law for life.

• Javier Medina, 23, of Lancaster, was sentenced to one to two years in prison, plus eight years of probation, for disseminating and possessing child pornography. After a jury was selected, pleaded guilty. He must register his whereabouts under Megan’s Law for 15 years.

• Christian Koelsch, will serve 9 to 23 months in prison, plus five years of probation, for sending a lewd photo of himself to a child. Koelsch, 32, must register his whereabouts under Megan’s Law for 25 years.

• Timothy Shirk, 35, was sentenced to five years of probation for indecent assault of a child many years ago in Denver. Shirk, who since moved to Wisconsin, must register his whereabouts under Megan’s Law for 10 years.

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