- Special Sections
Eddin Eligio Reynoso, 19 of Guymon, was arrested for Possession of Child
Pornography, Violation of Computer Crimes Act, and Distribution of Child Pornography.
In early February, Steve Tanio, Investigator for District 26 District Attorney (Woodward) and part of the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) team, was informed by an Enid Police Department Detective, Dustin
Albright, that he had identified an IP address in Guymon as sharing and offering to share child pornography images, according to the Affidavit for Probable Cause. After viewing one of the files that Albright discovered, a video, Tanio was able to immediately
determine it to be child pornography. Tanio retrieved information from District One District Attorneyâ€™s Investigator Garrett Helton about the subscriber/customer information for the IP address that the files had been discovered on. Helton was able to find, with the combined efforts of information provided by PTCI and Tri-County Electric Coop, Inc., the customer information and address for the home with the IP
address. On Feb. 21, Tanio and a slew of other officers including Guymon Police Officers, Texas County Sheriffâ€™s Deputies, and Dewey County Sheriff L. Clay Sander, were able to lawfully obtain a search warrant for the location address in Guymon that was obtained in relation to the IP address. According to the Affidavit, they were able to seize a laptop Compaq Presario from the bedroom identified as belonging to Reynoso.
Sander was able to examine the hard drive and told Tanio that he had viewed at least nine video clips of child pornography that depicted
girls as young as eight years of age and ranging up to 16 years of age
engaging in sexual activity with adult males. Tanio and Guymon Police Department Officer Jesse Gomez conducted a post-Miranda
videotaped interview of Reynoso. The Affidavit states that Reynoso admitted to purchasing the laptop computer approximately two years ago, and had used the file sharing program ARES to search for and download child pornography off of the Internet. He allegedly told them during the time at his current address, he used the Internet to search for and download child pornography. Bond was set at $10,000.