Fox Crossing man facing sexual assault and child pornography charges

David Velasco-Campechano (Outagamie Co. Jail)

FOX CROSSING (WLUK) -- A Fox Crossing man is accused of sexually assaulting three juveniles and creating digital files of the abuse.

David Velasco-Campechano, 29, is facing charges of child pornography and 'sexual assault against a child' after a tip to the "Wisconsin Internet Crimes against Children task force."

Velasco-Campechano was arrested Nov. 15 as a result of a tip from the Wisconsin Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

During a search warrant, Velasco-Campechano's motel was searched and electronic devices were seized.

Authorities determined there was homemade digital evidence of three juvenile victims being sexually assaulted. The victims are not related to Velasco-Campechano but he did know them, officials say.

After identifying the victims and interviewing them, investigators learned the sexual assaults occurred multiple times, one victim reported it had been happening over the course of several years at various residences in both Outagamie and Winnebago County.

Fox Crossing Police say they do not believe the incident is connected to sex trafficking.

"This is just an individual that was affiliated and knew the victims personally and I don’t think he was involved in any type of a human trafficking at this time," said Community Liaison Officer Dan Wiechman. "These individuals involved in this investigation were just known to them. I don’t think they were being pushed to other individuals they weren’t passing through there was no coordination. I believe this was just a personal relationship that he had with these victims and it didn’t go any further than that."

Velasco-Campechano is being held on a $200,000 bond at the Outagamie County Jail. More charges are expected to be brought on by Fox Crossing Police.

"Some of the charges that he’s potentially facing are child enticement, sexual exploitation of a child, possession of child pornography and engaging in repeated acts of sexual assault of the same child," said Weichman.


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