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More charges filed in child porn case

Police: Sexually graphic videos made in public Eau Claire locations

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Fourteen additional felony charges of possession of child porn have been filed against a former Eau Claire man.

Erio S. Oliver, 28, of Bonifay, Fla., was charged in Eau Claire County Court Tuesday, the same day he appeared in court for a 2016 case in which he was charged with six felony counts of possession of child porn.

During an initial court appearance on the 2017 case, Eau Claire County Judge John Manydeeds ordered a $10,000 signature bond and that Oliver have no contact with children, Kwik Trip, Oakwood Mall and Starbucks, not access the internet and not possess electronic devices, including smartphones and laptops.

According to the criminal complaint in the 2016 case:

On April 10, 2015, Eau Claire police executed a search warrant on a room at the Highlander Inn as part of an ongoing investigation involving Oliver and his participation in producing pornographic videos depicting a female, identified as AL, and involving citizens without their permission or knowledge at various locations in Eau Claire.

During the search, Oliver’s laptop was seized, and at least 246 child pornography images and nine child pornography videos were discovered on it.

Citizen complainants alerted the Eau Claire Police Department to videos online of a young female, and through further investigation, officers discovered sexually graphic videos of AL at various public locations in the city.

Oliver was connected to the female as one of the online videos depicted her in an apartment exposing herself to a Domino’s Pizza delivery person who had come to the door of an apartment, which a detective later identified as being in the 2400 block of Golf Road.

Further investigation revealed two pizza deliveries were made to the apartment on two different dates in March 2015 and that the phone number given was Oliver’s and that a female ordered the pizzas.

In an interview with an Eau Claire Police Department detective, the female claimed making porn was her idea and said she had been making porn since the middle of March 2015 when she turned 18.

She also told the detective Oliver was her fiance, he was the one filming her and he took care of the custom video orders.

The 2017 case involves 14 images and/​or recordings of young girls exposing parts of their bodies or engaged in sex acts discovered on Oliver’s laptop’s hard disk drive.

Contact: 715-830-5838, christena.obrien@ecpc.com, @CTOBrien on Twitter


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