Police Raid Home Of Subway’s Jared In Child Porn Investigation
Federal and state agents raided the Zionsville home of Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday as part of a child porn investigation.
This follows the April arrest of Russell Taylor, the executive director of the Jared Foundation, for child pornography.
The Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children task force is the lead agency on the investigation.
They are removing electronics from the home and they are being analyzed inside a mobile forensics van in the home’s driveway.
Fogle has been detained outside his home, although he is not under arrest.
Fogle’s wife and children left the home shortly after the raid began.
Crime Beat Reporter Steve Jefferson is on the scene to bring you the latest on wthr.com and Eyewitness News.
Now before some of you go all capes#!t and defend Jared, peep this story from USAToday back in April.
The executive director of the Jared Foundation was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of child exploitation and child pornography.
Russell Taylor, 43, was arrested and charged with three counts of child exploitation, three counts of possession of child pornography and three counts voyeurism, according to a release from Indiana State Police.
Police began investigating Taylor after a tip was received from a concerned citizen. The citizen had received a text message from Taylor and alerted police, the release said.
Investigators from the Indiana Crimes Against Children Task Force obtained a search warrant for Taylor’s home and found evidence of child pornography, the release said.
Taylor was taken into custody and is being held in the Marion County Jail
Looks like Jared had a whole network of mouth-breathing creeps who he liked to kick it with.
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