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Herndon Man Man Convicted on Child Porn Charges

by Karen Goff — March 28, 2016 at 10:30 am 4 Comments

Fairfax County Police A Herndon man who was found with more than 600,000 child pornography images on his computer will face jail time.

A Fairfax County circuit court jury last week  found Adrantes Bruzual, 34, of Herndon guilty, and sentenced him to 12 years in prison with a $4,000 fine, WTOP reports.

In February 2014, a Fairfax County Police detective who was monitoring a file sharing network for people trading child porn, discovered an Internet Protocol (IP) address within Fairfax County.

After confirming the files contained child pornography, detectives traced the address of the IP to a home on Missouri Avenue in Herndon.

Police executed a search warrant and took two computer towers and two monitors from Bruzual’s basement bedroom. A forensic search found several hard drives, containing over 600,00 images of child porn.

Bruzual was charged with, and later indicted on, 20 counts of child pornography. In his trial, Bruzual testified that other people used the computers found in his room. He said he had no idea the images were on the computers.

  • John Q Public

    I’m sure he was was clueless about the 600K images… Glad this sicko will be behind bars for quite sometime.

    • WONTREST

      Because they were never on the computer. Nick Boffi went there because he claimed his back door tactics traced it to a public IP address not a personal. The house had 5 computer all using same system and not password protected so how did he go with a warrant saying he had evidence but none was found till his colleagues plead guilty in 2015 to 10 counts of child porn and why no report found on him weird. Aressting officer was a School Resource Officer at Robinson during the reign of Ann Mundy.

      He was also the first SRO accused of pedophilia, having a taste for young boys.

      My how these pedophiles do proliferate in places like FCPS where they look out for one another.

  • Why do you bother?

    He said he had no idea the images were on the computers.

  • Greg

    How does one find the time to collect and view 600,000 images of anything?

    Or is it only 60,000? The article has both numbers.

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