Homeland Security Investigations Needs Help Finding Possible Additional Victims
Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is seeking your help in finding possible additional victims.
A federal grand jury charged Steve Jackson Rodriguez, 37, of Pomona, in a six-count indictment that includes four counts alleging he produced child pornography.
The indictment alleges Rodriguez produced child pornography with three minor victims, two of whom were severely disabled patients being housed at an Inland Empire group home that employed Rodriguez. One of the disabled victims was 8 years old when Rodriguez filmed the illegal sexual conduct.
The indictment charges Rodriguez with filming his sexual encounters with another minor victim, whom Rodriguez enticed into engaging in sex and lewd acts.
HSI special agents are continuing to investigate this matter and have reason to believe that Rodriguez may have had illegal sexual conduct with other victims during his employment as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at group homes and psychiatric care facilities where he has worked.
If you have any information about potential victims in this matter, please call the HSI tip line at (866) 347-2423.
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