A Glendale resident, Douglas Anderson, was arrested for allegedly possessing child pornography on a removable hard drive after Burbank police officers were called to the Central Library on Saturday, July 5, at 4:55 p.m.
Officers spoke with Anderson about the suspected inappropriate photos he was allegedly viewing on a Burbank Central Library public use computer.
Anderson “gave the officers permission to inspect his personal removable hard drive which he had attached to the computer,” continued Ruiz.
“A review of the hard drive resulted in the discovery of suspected child pornography,” Ruiz added.
Anderson, age 45, was arrested for violation of penal code 311.1 (possession of child pornography) and an outstanding warrant from Glendale police. His bail was set at $52,500 and he is due at the Burbank Superior Court tomorrow.
No victims have been identified at this point and the investigation is ongoing, according to police.