Daniel Alberts, 67, has been given a 32-year prison sentence in connection with child pornography charges. In April 2018, Englewood police were called to a home infested with rats, mice, maggots and …
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Daniel Alberts, 67, has been given a 32-year prison sentence in connection with child pornography charges.
In April 2018, Englewood police were called to a home infested with rats, mice, maggots and insects in the 3900 block of South Washington Street. After searching the home, investigators found children's underwear, diapers, sex toys and a sampling of more than a quarter of a million pieces of child pornography, according to a news release from the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Offfice.
Alberts pleaded guilty to four counts of sexual exploitation of a child on July 19. Other charges against him were dismissed as part of a plea agreement, according to the news release.
Alberts and his brother Timothy Alberts had previous convictions for sexual assault on a child, dating back to the late 1970s and early 1980s, the release states.
Timothy Alberts, 63, pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual exploitation of a child in December. He was sentenced to 22 years in prison in February.
“The brothers stockpiled well over three decades' worth of child pornography with no regard for the broader implications of consuming such sick material. As long as there is a market for child pornography, children will continue to be trafficked, exploited and abused,” Deputy District Attorney Michael Mauro said in the news release.
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