Man who worked with group home indicted on child exploitation charges

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A certified nursing assistant who worked at a group home in the Inland Empire for severely disabled patients was indicted today on suspicion of multiple child exploitation crimes, including filming himself sexually abusing children at the group home facility. A federal grand jury in Los Angeles charged Steve Jackson Rodriguez, 37, of Pomona, in a six-count indictment that includes four counts alleging he produced child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Rodriguez, who was arrested on Aug. 25, is scheduled to be arraigned on the indictment on Sept. 16. Following the arraignment in Los Angeles, the case will move to a federal judge in Riverside. The indictment alleges Rodriguez produced child pornography with three minor victims, two of whom were sever
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