Wednesday, 12 August 2020

OIJ detain a man suspected of spreading child pornography in Guanacaste

Judicial agents, after investigations, surveillance and follow-up, succeeded in arresting Wednesday morning a 28-year-old man, suspected of spreading child pornography and relationships with a minor.

Photo Guananoticias.com

The arrest was made after raiding his house located in Sardinal de Carrillo, Santa Cruz. The Organismo de Investigacion Judicial (OIJ) began the investigation approximately two weeks ago, after receiving the complaint.

During the arrest, OIJ agents were able to confiscate important evidence for the investigation, such as a laptop, cell phone and mass storage devices, which will be submitted to various forensic experts in search of more evidence of the crimes investigated.

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Source: Guananoticias

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