By Red Pill  |  01-19-2018   News
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Miami-Dade Police Detectives said they've arrested a vicious pedophile who was found to be in possession of over 40,000 disgusting files of child pornography inside of his well-known local business.

Law enforcement said that they received an anonymous tip from an individual claiming that they'd seen child pornography hosted through Dropbox on electronic devices that belonged to 66-year-old James Anthony Abravaya at his South Florida business.

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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit:<a href="https://www.local10.com/news/crime/more-than-40-000-images-of-child-porn-found-at-miami-dade-business-police-say"> ABC Local 10</a></span>

Abravaya is a well known local community leader, and the owner of Sabana Mahogany Windows and Doors in Miami, according to<a href="https://www.local10.com/news/crime/more-than-40-000-images-of-child-porn-found-at-miami-dade-business-police-say"> ABC Local 10.</a>

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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Sabana Mahogany Windows and Doors at 6801 NW 77th Avenue, building #102 in Miami, Florida.</span>

After contacting the internet service provider of Abravaya, Miami-Dade Police Detectives began an investigation in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Police Department's Special Victims Bureau and Internet Crimes Against Children Squad, along with Homeland Security Investigations special agents into the transmission of child pornography to and from several IP addresses that confirmed their anonymous report.

A Miami-Dade Judge then granted Detectives a search warrant, which they executed at Sabana Mahogany Windows and Doors only to take multiple computers, hard drives, laptops, cameras with expandable memory, tablets, and phones from the business location.

The computer forensics unit of the Miami-Dade Police Department then found a Dropbox account which was installed and used on several of Abravaya's devices, that contained over 40,000 sickening and grotesque images and videos of children as young as 2-years-old and as old as 10-years-old being sexually assaulted by adults.

Police said that the videos and images displayed the toddler-aged children engaged in forced sexual acts with the adults.

Clearly, having over forty-thousand images and videos of children who are essentially toddlers paints a picture of an evil, demented, and potentially dangerous pedophile.

After the discovery, law enforcement executed a second warrant on Abravaya's home, located at 6765 169th Street #1D, in Hialeah.

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After obtaining entry, Miami-Dade Police collected "multiple items of evidentiary value" and brought in the forensics unit for further examination.

James Anthony Abravaya is arrested and charged with 46 counts of possession of sexual performance by a child. He was transported to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center on a $46,000 bond.

Due to the horrific nature of the images and the age of the victims, law enforcement are asking that any possible victims, or anyone who may have personally had contact with Abravaya or had their children around the disgusting pedophile for any reason to contact one of several agencies.

You can reach either the<a href="http://www.miamidade.gov/police/contacts-victims-bureau.asp"> Miami-Dade Special Victims Bureau </a>by calling 305-715-3300 or sending an email to [email protected] directly. You can also contact Crime Stoppers of Miami-Dade by calling 305-471-8477 or if you prefer to remain anonymous you can also<a href="http://www.crimestoppersmiami.com"> submit a tip online</a>.

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