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Cop sentenced to 120 years for kid porn

Jacksonville, FL. –  A cop caught making kiddie porn has been convicted and sentenced to 120 years in federal prison.

 

Kyle Adam Kirby, 37, was accused of and convicted of making kiddie porn by spying on children using surveillance cameras and capturing video of the children in various states of nudity.

 

U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Corrigan sentenced Kirby for producing, attempting to produce, possessing, and accessing images and videos depicting the sexual abuse of minors. Kirby was arrested on October 28, 2015, at the Live Oak Police Department, where he worked. He has remained in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service since that date. A federal jury found him guilty on December 7, 2017.

 

According to testimony and evidence at trial, on October 22, 2015, FBI agents and other law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at Kirby’s residence as a result of an online child exploitation investigation. At that time, Kirby was a sergeant with the Live Oak Police Department.That same morning, the Live Oak chief authorized the agents to inspect and search the computer located inside Kirby’s patrol car. A forensic examination of this computer revealed that it contained images depicting young children engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Kirby had used the patrol car computer to search for, download, access, and possess child pornography from as early as December 24, 2014.

 

A subsequent search of a police department desktop computer used by Kirby revealed images depicting nude and partially undressed children in at least three different bathrooms. Kirby had used one or more concealed cameras to surreptitiously film the unsuspecting minors. He then transferred these images to his department desktop computer, and later unsuccessfully attempted to delete them. Agents were able to locate folders on the computer named for several of his victims.          

 

Chief Alton “Buddy” Williams from the Live Oak Police Department stated, “I have been in law enforcement for 30 years, and this has been the most difficult situation I have faced. A trusted friend, officer and protector of the public betrayed all facets of the job he swore to do."

 

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