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Owens Cross Roads man arrested for child pornography in joint FBI, Huntsville police investigation

According to the Huntsville Police Department, more charges could be coming once the investigation is completed.

OWENS CROSS ROADS, Ala. — An Owens Cross Roads man was arrested on child pornography charges on June 10 in a joint investigation between the Huntsville Police Department's Special Victims Unit and the FBI.

Kevin Alexander Guerrero-Beltran, 31, was arrested on three counts of dissemination/display of child porn. According to the Huntsville Police Department, more charges could be coming once the investigation is completed.

Guerrero-Beltran is being held at the Madison County Jail. Each of the three charges carries a $30,000 bond for a total of $90,000. According to court documents, he was on probation after pleading guilty to Travelling to Meet a Child for a Sex Act and serving a sentence in 2020. As a condition of his probation, Guerrero-Beltran was required to undergo Sex Offender Evaluation/Treatments and comply with SORNA (Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act).

This is a developing story. The WZDX News team will bring you updates as they become available.

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In Huntsville and Madison County, you can text 911 if you are in an emergency in which you can’t speak, according to Huntsville-Madison County 911 Center Director Chris Tucker.

"Just pull up the text app in your smart phone, and key in 9-1-1 in the recipient field and key in your message, always put it in the location and the nurture of your emergency and click send," Tucker says.

If possible, calling 911 should be your first choice.

Tucker said this service benefits people who are deaf, hearing or speech impaired along with people in situations where it would be unsafe to speak, such as an abduction, home invasion or domestic violence.

The service is currently only available in English and for the following carriers:

  • AT&T
  • Verizon
  • T-Mobile
  • Sprint

Additionally, Tucker said to never use abbreviations or slang and that photos, videos, emojis, attachments and group texts are not accepted by text to 911.

"We want to ensure that no matter who receives the text message, that they understand and get you the help that you need," he says.

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