Irving, Texas: The Irving Police Department announced the arrest of 46-year-old Arron Von Blackwolf on charges of continuous sexual abuse of young children.
Officers state that they have identified and interviewed some of the victims, but are aware that there are more out there that have not yet been identified and are asking that anyone with information contact Detective Krista King at (972) 721-2548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blackwolf was also known to have gone by "Wolf" or Jimmy Robert "Bobby" Kelly III.
Blackwolf remains in the Dallas County Jail in lieu of a total bond amount of $225,000. He has been charged with two counts of continuous sexual abuse of a child under the age of 14 and one count of continuous trafficking.
Additional charges are expected to be filed, one of which would be possession of child pornography.
Irving Police spokesman Robert Reeves said that investigators have identified five victims at this time and the charges currently against him only relate to two of those.
According to documents obtained by KDFW investigators believe that Blackwolf abused at least five children, and possibly as many as two dozen, nationwide. Irving Police disclosed that Blackwolf is no stranger to sexual assault cases as he was involved in cases that date back to 1986 in Virginia, Washington state, and Texas, when he was the age of some of his alleged victims.
Investigators learned of Blackwood's actions in March when a friend of a victim came forward to police. She reported to police that Blackwood had sexually assaulted both her friend and her friend's younger sister.
"Some goods or services were being exchanged for the behavior," Susan Fletcher, a family psychologist was quoted as saying by KDFW. "Some of that might be including making someone feel that they're getting a reward for performing this act."
Investigators learned that Blackwood began sexually abusing the victim on her ninth birthday after taking her out to dinner. The abuse is said to have continued for more than two years, during which time Blackwolf lived with the child and her family until they eventually moved out.
"He manipulated her and convinced her this was all a normal way to express themselves and that this was normal behavior," King wrote in the affidavit.
"During a period of 30 days or more" Blackwolf is accused of "compelling prostitution" of one of his child victims.
His next court date is not known at this time.