Raymond William Henry II Allegedly Had Images of Naked Girls Ages 11-13 on His iPad
An iPad left in a car rental led to the arrest of Raymond William Henry II.
Courtesy of Orange County Sheriff's Department
A Trabuco Hills High School track coach is scheduled to be arraigned this morning for allegedly keeping on his iPad numerous photos of minor girls wearing Mustangs uniforms while engaged in track and field activities as well as images of naked females ranging in age from 11-13, according to deputies. Orange County Child Exploitation Task Force (OCCETF) members and Orange County Sheriff's Department Special Victims Unit (SVU) investigators arrested Raymond Williams Henry II, 57, of Laguna Niguel, on suspicion of child pornography possession Friday.
Booked into Orange County Jail and held in lieu of $20,000, Henry is scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Santa Ana.
The SVU detectives were contacted Thursday by patrol deputies who'd been called to a car rental business where an iPad was found in a returned rental vehicle, according to Lt. Jeff Hallock, the Orange County sheriff's spokesman.
It was determined the iPad had on it photos of girls exposing their genitals, Hallock said. The images of minor females wearing Trabuco Hills High School uniforms led investigators onto the trail of Henry, a coach on the Mission Viejo campus.
The OCCETF is composed of investigators from the FBI, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations, the Newport Beach Police Department, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and OC's sheriff's department.
The investigation continues, and anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's SVU at 714.647.7060 or 714.647.7000. Anonymous tips may be left with Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855.847.6227 (855-TIP-OCCS), via occrimestoppers.org or by texting to 274637 (C-R-I-M-E-S) from a cell phone. (All text messages should begin with the letters "OCCS".)
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