Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy Adam W. Godbey was arrested last week after investigators reportedly found over 30 pictures and videos depicting underage girls and boys performing sexual acts on his cellphone and laptop computer.
Godbey, 38, is facing several counts of child pornography charges. He is at being held without bond at Palm Beach County Jail. During his first court session last Thursday, a judge ordered him to receive a mental health evaluation and told him not to have contact with any minors. The press did not name an attorney for Godbey.
Dale Leary of Cutler Bay, Florida was arrested this week together with his one-time foreign-exchange student Marta San Jose for allegedly sexually abusing San Jose’s teenage sister. Leary, 50, and San Jose, 21, reportedly worked together to lure the then 14-year-old victim to move in with them and they sexually abused her for two years.
Leary and San Jose are both charged with engaging in a sexual act with a familial child, lewd and lascivious conduct with a child under 16, contributing to the delinquency of a child, and possession of child pornography.
Calvo, 89, is being charged with one count of transmitting child pornography and ten counts of possession of child pornography. It is unclear if he is being held on bond. News sources did not say if he has hired a defense attorney.
According to the arrest report, law enforcement agents targeted Calvo after discovering he was sharing at least 13 child porn videos on a sharing network that allows users to swap media files.
Federal agents searched Calvo’s Brickell penthouse and reportedly found at least 10 videos on his laptop depicting children under the age of 14 engaged in various sex acts. When questioned by investigators about the videos, Calvo allegedly admitting to downloading them “years ago.”
Josue Ramirez Perez of West Palm Beach, Florida was arrested last Friday for allegedly downloading child porn on his desktop computer. Perez, 35, is reportedly employed by Southwest Airlines. He is being charged with 22 counts of possession of child pornography.
Perez was released on Saturday from Palm Beach County Jail on a $60,000 bond. A judge ordered him not to have contact with minors and not to use any digital devices while he awaits trial. News sources did not list an attorney for Perez.