Updated June 21, 2015 8:15 a. LAGUNA NIGUEL - An iPad found in a returned rental vehicle has led to the arrest of a high school track and field coach in Laguna Niguel for possessing child pornography, a sheriff's lieutenant said today. Raymond William Henry II, 57, who coaches at Trabuco Hills High School, was arrested Friday by investigators from the Orange County Child Exploitation Task Force and Orange County Sheriff's Department's Special Victims Unit, said Orange County Sheriff's Lt. Jeff Hallock. A tip on Thursday led to Henry's arrest when an informant at a car rental business found an iPad in a returned rental vehicle that contained photos of naked females in age from 11 to 13, exposing their genitals as well as several photos of minor females wearing Trabuco Hills High School uniforms, engaged in track and field activities, Hallock said.
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The informant told a deputy that he had found the iPad in the returned rental vehicle. The deputy then contacted task force investigators about the discovery, he said.
Henry was arrested Friday on possession of child pornography and booked into the Orange County Jail, where he was being held on $20,000 bail. He is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.
The department asked anyone with information regarding Henry and the investigation to call the Orange County Sheriff's Department's Special Victims Unit at (714) 647-7060.