Cape Coral man sentenced to six years in prison for possession of child pornography
A Cape Coral man was sentenced to prison on Monday after entering into a plea agreement.
Rodolfo Ramon Gonzalez-Naranjo, 46, of 513 N.E. 25th Ave., Apt. C, received six years in prison, followed by five years of sex offender probation, according to officials at the State Attorney’s Office.
“He pled on May 9 to four counts of child pornography,” spokeswoman Samantha Syoen said.
The State Attorney’s Office originally filed 10 counts of possession of child pornography.
Defense attorney Patrick McLain represented Gonzalez-Naranjo.
He did not return a message on Tuesday seeking comment on the sentencing.
Assistant State Attorney Jennifer Royal handled the case.
Special agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, along with assisting agencies, executed a search warrant last August at 513 N.E. 25th Ave., Apt. C. According to the arrest report, agents located a laptop computer belonging to Gonzalez-Naranjo during the search of the home.
A forensic analyst with the FDLE conducted a forensic preview of the laptop. During the forensic preview, numerous videos with titles indicative of child pornography were reportedly identified.
The report stated that the videos involved adult men and women engaging in various sexual acts on underage girls, as well as underage boys and girls engaging in sexual acts with one another.
The computer was seized for further examination.
Gonzalez-Naranjo was taken into custody and booked into the Lee County Jail.