11 arrested after Orlando Police conducts child predator sting “Operation CACHE”

OPD said 11 men are in custody following the completion of a child predator sting, “Operation CACHE.”

ORLANDO, Fla. — 11 men have been arrested after the Orlando Police Department conducted an investigation into suspected child predators, who attempted to have sex with children.

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OPD said, “Operation CACHE” began on May 9th of this year, and involved OPD detectives who were assisted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Homeland Security Investigation (HSI), Secret Service agents, Osceola County Sheriffs Office, Seminole County Sheriffs Office, Orange County Sheriffs Office, Altamonte Springs Police Department, Port Orange Police Department and Sanford Police Department detectives.

The operation posed law enforcement officers as minors and parents with access to minors to locate online predators who wanted to have sex with 13 or 14 year old children. Ages of those in custody range from 18 years old to 77 years old.

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The following six men were arrested during Operation CACHE after they traveled to a predetermined location in Orlando to meet with a child, they believed to be 13 or 14 years old:

  • Stanley Champagne, 35, Orlando
  • Jermaurey Bonner, 31, Orlando
  • Ross Greenhill, 35, Melbourne
  • Iva Lopez Guzman, 43, Altamonte Springs
  • Pooran Ramjattan, 61, Kissimmee
  • Altravias King, 35, Orlando

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The following five men were arrested during Operation CACHE on active warrants:

  • James Winston, 77, Lakeland
  • Jessie Turner II, 30, Orlando
  • Daniel Hilaryo Hidalgo, 27, Port Richey
  • Justin Acevedo, 25, Kissimmee
  • Jonathan Rodriguez, 18, Orlando

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After his arrest, Jermaurey Bonner told detectives he was trying to become a local youth pastor. Altravias King was just released from prison on March 1st, after serving 10 years for attempted homicide and was on parole during the time of his arrest.

Orlando Police said some of the men in custody also sent images of their genitals, pornographic videos, and other harmful images, in addition to soliciting minors or parents with access to minors for sex with children during “Operation CACHE.”

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Three individuals in custody will be prosecuted by the U.S. attorneys office, while the remaining eight will be prosecuted by the State’s Office 9th judicial circuit.

OPD said they would like to reiterate to parents to monitor their children’s social media and online accounts, and report any incidents to local law enforcement.

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