19-year-old Caleb Pickens is charged with 4 counts sexual exploitation of a minor after four Dropbox accounts were found to be filled with hundreds of inappropriate images and videos.
Metro Nashville Detectives assigned to the police department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Unit today charged Caleb Pickens, 19, with four counts of sexual exploitation of minors as the result of an investigation begun after information was received from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children concerning four Dropbox accounts linked to Pickens at his Herman Street residence.
Search warrants to Dropbox revealed those accounts contained hundreds of pornographic videos and photos of minors engaged in sex acts. Pickens acknowledged that he used Internet social media platforms to communicate with other persons and exchange links to Dropbox accounts to trade sexual images and videos of minors. Pickens is being held in lieu of $85,000 bond.
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