A trio of men, including a Southern California foster care provider, are accused of making child pornography using boys they lured from parks by telling the children they would work as child models, authorities announced Tuesday.
Suspects have been arrested but police are looking for any other possible victims that my recognize their pictures. (story cintinues below video)
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Erick Alan Monsivais, 29, of Los Angeles, William Clyde Thompson, 54, of Las Vegas, and John David Yoder, 43, of Desert Hot Springs are each charged with multiple sex-related felonies for allegedly operating the child porn ring.
Riverside County authorities began investigating Yoder and Monsivais.
Investigators learned Yoder had two adopted sons and was a licensed foster care provider in Riverside County, and also worked as a teacher’s assistant at Desert Hot Springs High School, prosecutors said.
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