Jason Wright and Rampueng Kaeorawang not only possessed the porn but were producing it.
The case began in November when FBI agents acting on a report of downloaded child pornography searched Wright’s workplace, Farmer’s Insurance on Lighthouse Avenue in Pacific Grove, according to an affidavit filed in federal court. Wright was present and consented to a search of his laptop computer, which was seized after agents allegedly found child porn on it.
A subsequent forensic search of the computer identified numerous files depicting graphic child sexual abuse, according to the affidavit. Based on those findings, a grand jury indicted Wright on May 11.
A search of his house was conducted the next day and more computers were seized. On them, the affidavit states, electronic forensics experts found photos of Kaeorawang engaging in sexual conduct with a young girl.