After authorities found pictures and videos of the kids on a soccer coach’s cell phone in Tennessee, the man is charged with drugging and raping at least ten boys.
After discovering a customer’s cell phone left behind by the employees at a nearby eatery, police were informed. In an effort to identify the owner, workers searched through it and discovered “unconscionable videos and pictures of children,” the Franklin Police Department said in a news release on Sunday.
On June 23, Camilo Hurtado Campos was taken into custody and accused of raping a kid and using a youngster for sex. Detectives later discovered hundreds of images and videos on the phone, and they claim that Campos had recorded himself raping unconscious boys between the ages of 9 and 17.
Police have located two of the victims, and they are looking for the remaining victims. The kids in the recordings may not recognise they are victims because they were unconscious, according to the police.
For 20 years, Campos resided in the Franklin neighbourhood. According to the authorities, Campos would frequently approach kids on school playgrounds to ask them to join his football team. After earning their trust, he would then invite them to his house.
Campos was being detained on a $525,000 bail on Monday at the Williamson County Criminal Justice Centre. Police have warned that additional charges are anticipated. Two phone lines given for Campos in internet directories went unanswered, and the jail had no record of a lawyer representing him.