U.S. attorney David C. Joseph announced that US District Judge Michael J. Juno sentenced a man in Lafayette, Louisiana, after having previously been guilty on January 21, 2020 of transferring child pornography.
Jared Tyler Olivier, 24, was sentenced to 80 months in prison in Federal Prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release. You will also be asked to register as a sex offender after your release.
The investigation began in January 2019 when private agents from the Louisiana Internet Crime Task Force (LBI) received a report from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) containing information that a Tumblr user had uploaded a file containing a picture of a man before puberty. In sexual act. US FBI and LBI agents. USA They implemented a search warrant in Olivier’s apartment in April 2019. Oliver admitted to officers that he was a user of a Tumblr account and had used it to view images and videos of child pornography.
After further investigation, customers learned that Olivier had used a Dropbox account to store photos and videos of child pornography. After obtaining permission from Olivier’s agents to access their Dropbox account, they found about 39 pre-teen and post-male video clips involved in various sexual acts. Some of the male videos were filmed about three years ago. Jared Olivier admitted that he transferred child pornography from a computer to his Dropbox account in January and February 2018.
The case was investigated by the Special Investigation Department of the US Department of Homeland Security. USA And the Louisiana Cyber Crime Unit. US Attorney Craig R. Bordillon is suing the case.
This case was mentioned as part of the Safe Childhood Project, a national initiative to combat the epidemic of sexual exploitation and child abuse, launched by the Ministry of Justice in May 2006. The Child Childhood Project, led by the law offices of USA USA And the Division of Child Exploitation and Obscenity of the Criminal Division () CEOS), federal, state and local resources to better locate, capture and prosecute persons who exploit children online, as well as to locate and rescue victims .
The US Department of Homeland Security. USA And the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service. USA (ICE) also encourage the public to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity through the toll-free hotline at (866) 347-2423. Investigators are available at all times to answer direct line calls. Suggestions or other information can also be submitted to ICE online by visiting its website at or using the Predator smart process app www.ice.gov/predator/smartphone-app. Advice can be provided anonymously.