Capp Street child pornography investigation leads to man’s arrest
July 7, 2015
A Capp Street resident is facing felony child pornography charges after a search of his computer yielded more than 600 lewd images of children, police said.
According to the San Francisco Police Department, Juan Crisanto-Ramirez, 35, also had videos depicting young children in sex acts with adults and engaged in explicit Internet chats with a number of underage teenage girls. Investigators seized Crisanto-Ramirez’s computer on June 30 while executing a search warrant on the 300 block of Capp Street, police said.
A witness told Capp Street Crap that shortly before 5 p.m., he spotted a man photographing the operation as plainclothes officers, followed by uniformed officers who pulled up in a van, descended on an area apartment building. A regional law enforcement vehicle used for computer analysis remained on the street for several hours.
Crisanto-Ramirez was booked on suspicion of distribution of child pornography, possession child pornography and sending harmful material to a minor and production of child pornography. All are felony charges.