Police said they identified the man in the graphic video depicting a sexual assault of a child being shared on social media.
The Advertiser reports that the victim has been located and is safe.
The most recent case involves a video that shows a man and a young girl forced to perform sex acts is now the center of an Alabama sex crimes investigation. As the video quickly became viral, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and police agencies nationwide intervened and warned others to stop sharing it. Investigators combed through the house, waiting for hours for Moore to return. Instead, delete the video and make sure you report the video to your social media or internet service provider immediately.
The suspect wanted for a recent child pornography video that went viral on Facebook has been arrested along with another suspect.
Law enforcement officials across the country are asking people to stop sharing a video on Facebook that depicts child pornography. Moore is also charged with sexually abusing three girls under the age of 13 from 2011 to 2017 is expected to be extradited to MI to face his charges of sexual assault, according to FOX 2 News in MI.
"Sharing said image is considered distribution and you could be criminally charged for doing so", the department said.
Sources say videos may have been circulating for a year or longer before Detroit Police were made aware.
Montgomery Police arrested and charged 42-year-old Jerrell Washington with distributing the video online before providing a stern warning that anyone who shares the video online is breaking the law and could be subject to felony charges. If this video should be shared with you, do not share it with anyone else via email or social media.
According to officers attached to this country's Child Protection Unit, the man identified as Germaine Moore, 44, is now being held at Elmore County Jail after surrendering at 2.30am. His fiance Tonya Hardy was arrested and will be charged with hindering prosecution, local media reported. "Regardless of intention, sharing such imagery is harmful and illegal", the spokesperson said.