Father, son and two others indicted on Englewood child sex-related charges

Samuel Andrew Quinn
Samuel Andrew Quinn

Credit: Montgomery County Jail

Credit: Montgomery County Jail

Four Englewood residents, including a father and son, were indicted Friday on child sex-related charges.

Samuel Andrew Quinn, 20, is charged with 10 counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor and four counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, according to his indictment by a Montgomery County grand jury.

Quinn was arrested Friday by Englewood police and booked into the Montgomery County Jail following his indictment, jail records show.

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His father, 41-year-old James Henry Quinn, along with Holly Marie Winters, 42, and Michael Andrew Carpentor, 21, were indicted on one count each of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor in a case separate from the charges against Samuel Quinn, Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office spokesman Greg Flannagan said.

James Henry Quinn, left, Holly Marie Winters, center and Michael Andrew Carpentor MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL
James Henry Quinn, left, Holly Marie Winters, center and Michael Andrew Carpentor MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL

James Quinn, Winters and Carpentor all were arrested late Friday by Englewood police at their home in Englewood and were booked into the Montgomery County Jail, according to jail records.

Samuel Quinn is accused of sexually assaulting a juvenile who is now 16 and photographing and recording it on video, Flannagan said.

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James Quinn, Winters and Carpentor are accused of recording on video the sexual assault of a different juvenile who is now 18, he said. Warrants also were issued Friday for their arrests but as of Friday evening none was in jail.

All four suspects, who live in the same home in Englewood, are scheduled to be arraigned Feb. 4 in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court.

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