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Virginia Storm owner arrested for child sex crimes

Norman Blowe
The owner of a semi-professional basketball team based in Loudoun County has been charged with multiple child sex crimes.

The Frederick County Sheriff's Office this week arrested Norman Lee Blowe Jr., 47, in Winchester for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl between May and October.

Blowe is the owner of the Virginia Storm, an American Basketball Association team that moved from Winchester to Loudoun in 2016. Blowe has owned the team since 2010.

According to NVDaily.com, which cites a criminal complaint, Blowe would meet the girl for sexual encounters. Blowe allegedly paid for the sex acts, anywhere from $100 to $200.

Blowe has been charged with producing child pornography, soliciting prostitution from a minor older than 16 and taking indecent liberties with a child. He's being held without bond at Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center.

The Virginia Storm also operate youth basketball programs and camps.


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Well this may take the spot light off the nonsense done by the Seneca Ridge River Bend Basketball League.

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