PALM COAST, Fla. -- A husband and wife each face 37 charges of child pornography after Flagler County sheriff's deputies found illegal photos on a computer in their home.
Investigators executed a search warrant Tuesday morning at the Carlos Court home of Alton Everett Smith Jr., 46, and Tina Marie Smith, 43. Detectives found computer disks containing photographs showing minor males and females -- some as young as 8 years old -- engaged in various sexual acts.
The photographs also show the Smiths engaging in sexual acts with minors. Investigators believe some of the children in the photographs may be from the Daytona Beach area.
"We have shut down this operation as a result of this investigation. Now we need to identify and assist the victims," said Sheriff Donald W. Fleming.
"If anyone thinks their child may have been victimized by this couple, we are asking them to contact us," said Flagler County Sheriff's Office Maj. David O'Brien. "This is an ongoing investigation."
Flagler County Sheriff's Office booking photo of Kristilyn Smith
Investigators discovered the photos as part of their investigation into a prostitution operation they said was run by the couple's daughter, Kristilyn Smith, 25, out of the couple's Palm Coast home.
Kristilyn Smith was arrested on Dec. 12 on one charge of prostitution. She was released after posting $500 bond.
Tina Smith was arrested Tuesday and charged with possession of child pornography. Bond for Smith was set at $925,000.
Investigators have not located Alton Smith, who will face the same charges.
Smith is described as 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds with sandy brown hair. He may be traveling on the Intracoastal Waterway on a 1979 blue and white sailboat with hull numbers FL1581MJ.
Anyone with information on Smith's whereabouts is asked to call Crimestoppers at 888-277-8477 or text: TIP231plus message to CRIMES (274637).
Channel 4's Vickie Pierre is learning more about the investigation, the evidence and the charges. She'll have complete reports on the local station beginning at 5 p.m.