The East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office received a cyber tip that led them to a disturbing discovery.

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WBRZ reported that Devin Triche, age 37, was arrested for 100 counts of child porn and two counts of sexual abuse of an animal. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children contacted the Sheriff's Office after finding two files Triche uploaded containing sexual abuse of a minor.

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Deputies tracked Triche's IP address and obtained a search warrant for the address where the files were uploaded. The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office also discovered two videos of sexual abuse of an animal.

Shockingly, Devin Triche is the CEO of an animal charity called Pav's Pals.  He is also a Real Estate Agent and runs 'The Triche Team' which is partnered with Keller Williams Realty.

During their investigation on July 2nd, deputies found 50 files of child sexual abuse on Triche's laptop. He also admitted to downloading similar material multiple times including the day prior.

Triche has been arrested and booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison according to WAFB.

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