Jailed child porn suspect facing more charges

SACRAMENTO (Oct. 8 ) — A Sacramento County Main Jail prisoner is now facing additional charges after Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department’s Child Abuse Bureau detectives booked him on eight counts of lewd or lascivious acts involving a child.

In a press release, sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Tim Curran stated that Jaime Enrique Feliciano, 49, had been in custody since Sept. 9 of this year, after his arrest for inappropriate contact with a Nevada juvenile.

In the release, Curran reported that the department’s multi-jurisdictional High-Tech Crimes/Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force received information that Feliciano had inappropriately contacted a juvenile living in Reno. Task force detectives conducted a search of Feliciano’s home, checking his computer.

The press release stated that detectives found ” thousands of pornographic images of children on (Feliciano’s) computer.”

According to the release, the computer also contained a video of an unidentified child being molested. In an effort to identify the child, task force investigators spent hundreds of hours completing a forensic examination of the suspect’s computer. As a result of the examination, the investigators identified the now 9-year-old child. Child Abuse Bureau detectives then located and interviewed both the child and the child’s mother which led to filing of the additional charges.

Detectives believe Feliciano may have victimized other children and urge anyone who has information, or concerns, about Jaime Feliciano’s inappropriate contact and/or conduct with children to call the Sheriff’s Department at (916) 874-5115, the release stated

Feliciano’s bail has been set at $800,000.00. He is scheduled to be arraigned on the new charges on Oct. 10.

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