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A 30-year-old part-time high school teacher in Orange County was arrested in connection with distributing child pornographic videos over the internet, the Fontana Police Department said in a press release on Tuesday.

Keh-Tai Culbreath was arrested during the service of a search warrant at his home in the 15000 block of Grand Avenue in Lake Elsinore, Fontana police announced.

A search of his electronic storage devices reportedly revealed hundreds of child pornographic videos and images, according to police.

Culbreath, who was a part-time teacher at Tesoro High School, allegedly distributed the images while he was a resident in Fontana, police said.

A man with the same name was identified in 2014 by the Los Angeles Times as the brother of Olivia Culbreath, who is on trial for six counts of murder in a wrong-way alleged DUI crash on the 60 Freeway.

Keh-Tai Culbreath was booked and transported to the West Valley Detention Center.

He has taught animation at Tesoro High in Rancho Santa Margarita for the last two years, a spokesman for Capistrano Unified School District told the Times. He was placed on leave after his arrest.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Detective Hale with the Fontana Police Department’s ICAC Task Force at 909-356-7156.