Omaha man sentenced to six months in jail for possession of child pornography

A 27-year-old Omaha man was sentenced to six months in jail after pleading no contest in Sarpy County Court to possessing child pornography.

Jamie Fuentes-Acundo also must register as a sex offender, Judge Nathan Cox ruled Monday.

Prosecutors dismissed a charge of distribution of child pornography.

In August 2015, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children received information of known images of child pornography being uploaded onto the Internet from an address traced back to Bellevue. That information was shared with the Bellevue Police Department.

That same month, Bellevue detectives obtained a search warrant from the Sarpy County Court for an address in Bellevue. The search at the address resulted in the seizure of more than 30 electronic devices, including computers, laptops, cellphones and computer storage devices.

Fuentes-Acundo, who lived in the home’s basement, was taken into custody on suspicion of possession of child pornography and distribution of child pornography. The child victims are not local children, police said.

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