BUSTED– Corrine Danielle Motley Arrested on Internet Child Pornography Charges
Less than 24 hours after issuing a nationwide public alert, federal agents have apprehended a woman who allegedly posted an internet video in which she sexually abuses a young child.
ABC News reports that agents from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Northwest Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested 25-year-old Corrine Danielle Motley of Okaloosa, Florida. Motley is being charged with production and distribution of child pornography for allegedly making and posting at least one video in which she rapes a four- or five-year-old child.
Federal agents had broadcast a nationwide appeal to the public to identify and locate the “Jane Doe” suspect.
“The quick identification of the victim and suspect in this case demonstrates the power of the press, social media and the general public in helping solve these cases,” John Morton, director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said. “Literally hours after we asked the public for their assistance in identifying Jane Doe, a tip came in that led to her identification and arrest.”
“There is nothing more satisfying than knowing that, due to these efforts, a child is now safe and her tormenter now in custody.”
There was particular urgency in this case. Investigators believe the graphic video was made on or around November 27, leading them to believe that the child could still be in danger of abuse.
To facilitate their manhunt, HSI agents circulated photos of “Jane Doe,” who they described as being between the ages of 23-29, having medium build, hazel or green eyes, brown hair with blond highlights, a mole on her inner thigh and a tongue piercing.
Motley is being held without bond.
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