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21-year-old Texas man who allegedly sold child sex and bestiality videos on messaging app was turned in to police by relative

A 21-year-old man from Texas arrested On Wednesday, his relatives presented him to police on child pornography charges.

Bexar County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff Javier Salazar said Tristen McClelland was found to be in possession of “thousands” of images of children being subjected to “brutal sexual assaults.” Stated.

The relative was cleaning McClelland’s bedroom on March 3 when he bumped into the man’s laptop. according to To Salazar. When the computer was turned on, relatives saw disturbing images and called police.

An investigation by BCSO and ChildSafe uncovered images of sexual abuse of children between the ages of two and nine on a laptop.

“This is one of the most disturbing incidents I’ve heard of in a while,” he added.

Salazar said the investigation found evidence that McClelland was selling and trading images on the popular messaging application Discord. He was also said to be selling videos of people having sex with animals.

“I think we’re just beginning to scratch the surface of wrongdoing in this case,” Salazar told reporters, adding that additional charges could be added as a result of the ongoing investigation. Ta.

He went on to say that investigators do not believe McClelland had contact with the children, but police are asking for the public’s help if they have information related to the charges.

McClelland faces several charges, including possession of child pornography, possession with intent to promote child pornography, possession with intent to promote child pornography on a mass scale, and bestiality.

“I’ve been doing this work for a long time,” Salazar said. “But knowing there are people out there makes me feel pretty anxious.”

He said around 4,000 images of abuse were found on the man’s laptop. McClelland has no criminal history, and Salazar said he had been living in his car for a while.

News video showed McClelland being led into a police car in handcuffs. When a reporter asked him if he regretted what he had done, he replied that he did not remember what he had done.

A reporter then asked McClelland if he had anything to say, but McClelland remained completely silent and stared into the camera.

Here are local reports about the arrest:

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