Temple man charged with possession of child pornography and invasive visual recording

TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) – A Bell County grand jury has indicted a Temple man for possession of child pornography and three counts of invasive visual recording.

Justin Fuller, 42, was arrested by the Temple Police Department in December 2021 after being charged with secretly recording three minors and an adult.

The investigation began on July 30, 2021 when two women came forward to allege Fuller admitted to secretly taping one of them at a previous family dinner.

Fuller allegedly told the victim that he “was curious about her body and placed recording devices in the bathroom to view her body,” the affidavit states.

According to the document, Fuller also revealed that he recorded the woman with her daughters and mother when the family was together at a house during the winter storm of 2021.

Police also spoke to Fuller’s wife who told them he placed a camera in the main bathroom of their residence. She also caught him on the house camera taking the computer where the videos were and told him he was using a “camera plug”.

The wife asked Fuller that the footage included minors and he told her that was not the case, the affidavit states.

Fuller’s wife took the computer and other materials to a computer specialist at Texas A&M University-Central Texas who reviewed the materials and allegedly discovered more than 2 million images and tens of thousands of videos . The person contacted the police to say they needed to see the material to investigate.

Through their investigation, police were able to find videos of adult female victims as well as minors who had not consented to be filmed at various locations, including the Fuller residence, from February to July 2021.

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Briana R. Cross