San Joaquin County Man Convicted On Child Porn Charges

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A 24-year-old San Joaquin County man was sentenced to six years in prison on child pornography charges, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.

According to court documents, on Feb, 6, 2010, an undercover officer from New Hampshire was invited by Pete Andre Flores, of Thornton, to use a peer-to-peer file-sharing program.

The officer downloaded approximately 200 files depicting child pornography directly from Flores. On Feb. 16, 2010, a Sacramento FBI agent downloaded 20 files from Flores that depicted child pornography.

On Feb, 18, 2010, a federal search warrant was executed at Flores’s residence, and more than 27,300 images of child pornography were found on a Acer laptop computer belonging to Flores.

The case was the result of an investigation by the FBI’s Sacramento Division, Sacramento Valley Hi-Tech Crimes Task Force on Internet Crimes Against Children, and the Keene Police Department in New Hampshire.

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