The Seahawks had a disappointing season by their standards. They made it to the playoffs but lost to the Rams during Wildcard weekend. To add insult to injury, now there security manager just got busted. Seahawks security manager Aaron Miyasato was arrested on charges of allegedly possessing and dealing child pornography.
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Via King 5:
The Seattle Seahawks Security Manager was arrested and charged with crimes of possessing and dealing child pornography. The KING 5 Investigators first broke the news on Twitter Wednesday afternoon.
Seattle Police SWAT Team members executed a search warrant on the Renton home of 41-year-old Aaron Miyasato, a longtime Seahawks employee, on Tuesday morning. He also ran a side photography business.
Source: Police found 25,000 child pornography images while searching @Seahawks security manager home. Charges file about an hour ago.
— Susannah Frame (@SFrameK5) January 14, 2021
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The Seahawks put out a statement:
“We are aware of the situation and in accordance with the NFL personal conduct policy, we have notified the league of his arrest,” the Seahawks said in a statement to KING 5. “This individual is no longer employed by our organization.”
Miyasato became the security manager in September 2018. Not sure what a security manager does but it sounds kind of like a high profile bouncer.