Police say an ongoing investigation into Camilo Hurtado Campos, a Tennessee man accused of recording himself raping unconscious boys, suggests that there “could be a decade of victims that we don’t know about,” Amy Simonson, Gustavo Valdes and Elizabeth Wolfe report for CNN. Campos was arrested after leaving his phone at a restaurant. When workers tried to search the phone for a way to identify its owner and return it, they discovered disturbing and criminal videos and images of children.
At least 10 children, ranging from approximately 9 to 17 years old, were identified as individual rape victims from the records on Campos’ phone so far. Investigators believe Campos presented himself as a soccer coach to befriend and exploit his victims, approaching them near parks or soccer fields before drugging and raping them.
Franklin Police detectives have said that because the children in these videos were unconscious, many may not realize they are victims. Families who know Campos, and especially those whose children have had Campos as a coach, along with anyone who believes they may be a victim have been asked to contact the Franklin Police.