Child pornography and trafficking occurs all over the world. Rings of men operate together to create and distribute media. The producers and consumers of this content must be caught and exposed. It does happen.
Below are links and articles about groups of men caught in the Inland Empire area.
Don’t dismiss the allegations of victims. Men from all walks of life participate in the exploitation of children.
ICE busts child porn ring
Also arrested in the ring were David Christopher Jelaca, 37, a registered nurse from La Quinta; Alexander Scott Branson, 25, of Upland; Ronald Sousa, 67, of Cathedral City; Bolivar Arnoldo Guillen, 59, of Rancho Cucamonga; Ronald R. Jaenson, 66, of Colton; John Anthony Serrano, 37, of Barstow; and Anthony Starkweather, 20, of Mentone.
Rancho Cucamonga man, a former Temecula dentist, pleads guilty to possession of child pornography
Milan Irvin, 34 of Rancho Cucamonga pleaded guilty Monday to one count of possession of child pornography and admitted in a plea agreement that he “downloaded, received, possessed and distributed images and videos of child pornography using the internet,” according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office news release. April 2017
Several Inland Empire men sentenced in federal child porn cases
“Child exploitation offenses such as those prosecuted in these cases are a scourge on our community,” said U.S. Attorney Eileen M. Decker. “My office will continue to protect vulnerable child victims of these heinous crimes by seeking lengthy sentences, such as the one imposed this week, for these criminals.”