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10 Suspected Illegals ARRESTED For Child Pornography In Texas Stash House Raid

In Chambers Country, TX, a group of 10 suspected illegal immigrants have been arrested on child pornography charges.

Law enforcement conducted a raid on the home after being tipped off on allegations of child porn downloads and discovered even more than they bargained for.

After being met with resistance and forcing entry into the home, Texas police uncovered a group of 10 individuals, some of Asian and some of Guatemalan descent, who are believed to be illegal immigrants.

After calling in Homeland Security, the investigation escalated into “possible human trafficking and/or human smuggling as well as other possible crimes,” per a Facebook post by the Chambers Country Sheriff Office.

All 10 illegals have been detained and charged.

Take a look at news of the raid and arrests on X:

Fox 26 Houston provided local coverage of the story:

Law enforcement officials apprehended ten individuals at a residence in Baytown following allegations of child pornography being downloaded from the address.

The Chambers County Sheriff’s Office shared photos on Facebook Thursday morning, showing several individuals in handcuffs outside the residence.

Various law enforcement agencies, including Mount Belvieu Police and Homeland Security agents, responded to the scene.

Investigators executed an evidence search warrant at the residence located on the 5100 block of Dripping Springs Avenue. The investigation was prompted by a tip from the Internet Crimes Against Children database, suggesting that child pornography may have been downloaded at this location.

BizPacReview added:

Texas law enforcement executing a search warrant for alleged depraved downloads were forced to call in Homeland Security when they discovered more than child pornography at a Houston-area home.

While President Joe Biden continued to play politics over the border crisis, endeavoring to shift blame for the outcome of leftist policies on Republicans, the erosion of national sovereignty placed countless Americans at risk from various unchecked criminal elements.

Thursday in Baytown, Texas, that reality played out as deputies from the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office arrived at a residence to execute a warrant over child pornography and found 10 individuals suspected of being illegal aliens.

In a social media post regarding the ongoing investigation, the CCSO shared images of the detained individuals with their faces obscured and detailed how, “Information received indicated that images/videos of child pornography had been downloaded at the residence.”

Utilizing information provided by the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, the execution of a warrant was met with refused compliance. “Occupants of the home refused to answer the door for Deputies so entry had to be forced into the residence. Once inside, 10 individuals were located that are believed to be here in the U.S. illegally.”

According to the CCSO, “Homeland Security responded to the scene to assist with the investigation,” and of the individuals conveyed to the Chambers County Jail and processed by Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) some were said to be Asian while others were reportedly Guatemalan.

“This is an ongoing investigation looking into possible human trafficking and/or human smuggling as well as other possible crimes,” indicated the release as a number of electronic devices were said to have been seized by forensic investigators.

These are the kind of people Joe Biden is allowing into our country with his open border policies…

Keep that in mind when you vote this November.


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