Disney employees and first grade teacher among 9 men arrested in child porn sting

Polk County Sheriff's Office arrest 9 on child pornography and other charges

Two Disney World employees and a first grade teacher were among nine men arrested in Polk County, Fla. for allegedly possessing child porn according to authorities from the Polk County Sheriff's Office.

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Detectives were acting on a tip from the National Center for Missing and Endangered Children (NCMEC) that the teacher, Juan Berrios, 64, had uploaded child porn of children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old when they seized computers from his home.

Berrios was charged with 35 counts of possession of child pornography.

According to WFTS, many of the suspects used a popular file sharing software to download child porn while one man preyed on an underage teen through Facebook.

Kevin Nazzaro, 52, who works as a cook at Big River Grille and Brewing Works at Disney's Boardwalk, was charged with two counts of promotion of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.

He allegedly used a the file sharing program to share child porn depicting children between the ages of 8 and 11 from his home computer.

Angel Rivera-Maldonado, 44, who works in housekeeping at Disney Animal Kingdom Lodge, was charged with 60 enhanced counts of possession of child pornography after police allegedly found 60 files of child porn on his computer.

The youngest victim depicted in his possession was apparently only one year old.

The sheriff's office worked with partners from the Central Florida Internet Crimes Against Children task force in an undercover investigation called "Operation Child Shield 3."

Other suspects include a former Navy sailor, a former Polk County Animal Control Officer, a Publix employee and five others listed on the WFTS website.

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