Police: Thousands of child molestation videos found on Phoenix man's computer

Posted at 12:20 PM, Jun 21, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-21 15:38:02-04

A south Phoenix man admitted to collecting videos of child molestation for the past 20 years.

Court records show that an undercover police investigation located a man who had a collection of thousand of files of videos depicting men molesting baby girls as a one-year-old.

Police say that between March 27 and April 4, 2016 several pictures and videos were downloaded to an internet address of a home near 30th Street and Roeser Eoad. 

These videos and pictures reportedly showed children engaged in sex acts with adult men.

On June 15 police served a warrant on the home, where they found, "thousands of files depicting children as young as one-year-old engaged in sex acts." The files were stored on a tower computer belonging to 45-year-old Jonathan Quick.

When police interviewed Quick, "he admitted to having collected these images for the past twenty years."

He also allegedly told police that when he was 15-years-old, and living in upstate New York, he did have sexual contact with two female children ages 5 and 7. He said police investigated and he received counseling.

Quick says he has not had any inappropriate contact with any other children,

Quick has been charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation with a minor.