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Georgian couple William Zulock and Zachary Zulock are accused of using their adopted children to produce child pornography

A Georgia couple have been accused of using their two adopted children to record child pornography, police said.

The Walton County Sheriff’s Office searched a home in Loganville on July 27 following reports that a man was downloading child pornography there.

After questioning the unidentified suspect, police said they learned that there is another suspect in the county who is “producing homemade child sexual abuse material with at least one child living in the home,” the DA’s office said Sheriffs on Thursday with.

Execution of a search warrant in Oxford at about 11:30 p.m. the same evening at the home of William Dale Zulock, 32, and Zachary Jacoby Zulock, 35.

The Walton County Department of Family and Child Care joined deputies in responding to the home to protect the two brothers who live there.

During their search, deputies found evidence that the couple, the children’s adoptive fathers, “were involved in acts of sexual abuse and videos documenting that abuse,” the sheriff’s office said.

Early the next morning, the Zulocks were both checked into the Walton County Jail.

Both men have been charged with aggravated child molestation, sexual exploitation of a child and seduction of a child for indecent purposes, WSBTV reported. William Zulock was also charged with child molestation.

https://nypost.com/2022/08/07/georgia-couple-william-zulock-zachary-zulock-charged-with-using-their-adopted-children-to-make-child-porn/ Georgian couple William Zulock and Zachary Zulock are accused of using their adopted children to produce child pornography

JACLYN DIAZ

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