DULUTH, Minn. (WCCO) — A Duluth man is accused of sexually assaulting a boy on his Little League baseball team, including photographing the two of them together naked.

Peter Jay Olson, 47, is charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, one count of possessing pictorial presentation of minors, and one count of use of a minor in a sexual performance.

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The criminal complaint states that the investigation began at the Salvation Army, Olson’s employer. An investigator obtained a USB flash drive that Olson used at work and discovered child pornography on it. A search warrant of Olson’s home included another thumb drive, digital cameras and a memory card – all belonging to the Olson.

Using forensic tools to detect deleted images on the devices, investigators found pictures of the defendant and a young nude boy apparently engaged in sexual contact.

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After initially denying possession of pornographic images, as a well as sexual contact with children, Olson was shown the photographs and admitted they were taken at his hunting shack. He admitted they were with a boy he coached in Little League baseball from age 9 to 12.

Though Olson denied sexually engaging with the victim during the time of the photo, he admitted to performing fellatio twice on the boy between 2010 and 2011 – once while at the Salvation Army and once at Olson’s home.

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The victim admitted to being the child in the photograph, but had difficult admitting to being naked in the picture.