Pictured: Stanley Swiacki, who was arrested for ten counts of sexual exploitation after detectives executed a search warrant and discovered thousands of child pornography images and videos at his home.
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MCSO arrests child pornography suspect in possession of 1,200 disturbing images, videos

03/14/18

PHOENIX – Detectives with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Cyber Crimes Unit with the assistance of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office initiated an online investigation this January and obtained information about downloading and sharing of approximately 556 files of known child pornography over the internet.

On March 5, MCSO detectives executed a search warrant on the residence of Stanley Swiacki at 3004 W. Irma Lane in Phoenix.  Well over 1,200 videos and images of potential child abuse material were located on the hard drive of the laptop found in his home by detectives.

Swiacki has a prior history of allegations against him involving young boys in Chino Valley and Yavapai County and he was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on a child under 15 from an incident in 2011, said MCSO.

Most of the files found in Swiacki’s home allegedly involve very young boys conducting sex acts with adult males and have been downloaded and shared on his computer over several years dating as far back as 2013. Ten of the videos and images from Stanley’s laptop will be taken to a pediatrician to conduct a sexual maturity rating to estimate the age of the child victims involved in this investigation, according to MCSO.

Full forensics will be completed to determine the extent of the material, and it will be cross referenced with known child victims.  The results will later be forwarded to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for identification purposes.

Swiacki was booked into the Fourth Avenue Jail on ten counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, which is a class two felony.  The investigation is ongoing to identify any potential additional victims.