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Chino city youth worker arrested in child porn case

By in Press Enterprise on January 11, 2018

By Gail Wesson

A Chino city part-time employee who worked in special events, youth camps and city-operated after school programs was arrested on suspicion of possession and distribution of child pornography Tuesday, Jan. 9, according to a city news release.

Alan Mitchell Carrera (Photo courtesy of city of Chino)

Alan Mitchell Carrera, 25, of Chino, was arrested after service of a search warrant at his home in the 13600 block of Frady Avenue by Chino police. Child porn was found on his personal home computer, the release stated.

“Although the investigation is on-going, there has been no evidence uncovered that indicates Carrera has victimized anyone related to his employment with the City of Chino,” the release stated.

Carrera worked for the city’s Community Services Department part time. Since 2014, he was a community services leader at the after-school programs at Walnut and Anna Borba elementary schools, according to the city news release.

Most recently, he worked in the after-school program at E.J. Marshall Elementary School. The after-school program is called SOAR.

The city does background checks on prospective employees and the news release noted that Carrera’s background was “clear.”

He was booked at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga and released on bail, according to San Bernardino County jail records.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact police at 909-334-3169 or rfranks@chinopd.org.

Anyone with specific question about the after-school programs may call Linda Reich, director of community services, at 909-334-3491.

Chino Valley Unified School District noted in a separate news release that Carrera worked at the E.J. Marshall campus from August 2017 to Monday, Jan. 8.

School District Superintendent Wayne Joseph noted in the release that during his work on school campuses at no time “were any concerns relating to his recent arrest brought to the district’s attention.”

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