Miami-Dade County

40,000 child porn files were in his Dropbox, cops say. Some girls were as young as 2

James Abravaya was arrested Friday after Miami-Dade police discovered more than 40,000 child pornography files in his Dropbox account. The young girls ranged from ages 2 to 10.
James Abravaya was arrested Friday after Miami-Dade police discovered more than 40,000 child pornography files in his Dropbox account. The young girls ranged from ages 2 to 10.

A 2-year-old girl being raped by an adult man.

A toddler forced to pose naked in front of a camera.

And a blindfolded young girl engaging in sexual acts with a dog.

Those are just three of the 40,000 photos found in the Dropbox account of 66-year-old James Anthony Abravaya, according to Miami-Dade police.

Abravaya was arrested Thursday after police discovered thousands of child pornography files on his business’ computer. The young girls ranged from ages 2 to 10.

Abravaya — who owns an architectural business in Medley called Sabana Windows — was charged with 46 counts of possessing a sexual performance by a child. Miami-Dade police executed a search warrant at his company Thursday, according to an arrest report.

Their preliminary findings? Forty-six photos of toddlers and young girls engaging in sexual acts, including oral sex, bestiality, bondage and minors having intercourse with an adult. Detectives later found more than 40,000 additional child pornography photos.

It’s unclear if the number of counts will be amended, said police, adding that “multiple items of evidentiary value were also seized from a search warrant executed” at his home in Hialeah.

Abravaya was booked into Miami-Dade County’s Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center at around 2:30 p.m. Friday and is being held on $46,000 bond, jail records show.

The case is under investigation by Miami-Dade police, Homeland Security and Miami detectives.

Investigators believe there may be additional victims. If you have been victimized or have additional information concerning Abravaya, officials ask that you contact Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS (8477).

Monique O. Madan: 305-376-2108, @MoniqueOMadan

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