Man Arrested for Child Pornography and Animal Abuse in Louisiana after SWAT Operation

Louisiana Authorities apprehended an individual involved in possession of explicit material involving minors and engaging in acts of animal abuse.

A man from Baton Rouge, Darwin Alexander Torres Orellana, 43, was taken into custody on Tuesday. He is facing serious charges, including 50 counts of pornography involving a juvenile and five counts of sexual abuse of an animal.

An arrest warrant reveals that detectives were alerted on April 29th to a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding the discovery of files containing child sexual abuse material.

Google recently disclosed the discovery of an account that had uploaded disturbing content involving child exploitation. According to arrest documents, the account in question was utilizing AT&T services.

According to arrest documents, detectives discovered that the files in question contained explicit photos involving minors.

On April 29, detectives sought a subpoena for the AT&T accounts and the corresponding IP address. On April 30, detectives were provided with information obtained through a search warrant for the Google account.

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According to the arrest warrant, detectives discovered a file folder with 52 videos of child sexual abuse material and 900 photos of different individuals in the account.

On May 12, a subpoena was issued for the AT&T account and the IP address, which ultimately helped detectives locate an address. In a recent operation, detectives and the East Baton Rouge SWAT team executed a search warrant at the residence where Orellana was found.

During the investigation, authorities discovered explicit files involving animal abuse on one of Orellana’s suspected digital devices, according to the sheriff’s office as per WBRZ News.

Orellana confessed to possessing 50 files of child sexual abuse material on his cell phone.

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