Man arrested on child pornography charges
HUNTINGTON -- A Huntington man was arrested Friday after Huntington Police found child pornography on his computer.
Danny Lee Jordan Jr., 36, was charged with three felony counts of possessing child pornography, Sgt. Chuck Kingery said in a press release Friday.
Members of the Huntington Police Department and the West Virginia State Police Digital Forensics Lab served a search warrant at Jordan's home along Guyan Street in Huntington on Friday, when they found child pornography on a laptop computer in the home.
Several items of evidence, which have yet to be processed, were taken from the home. It is possible information gathered from the evidence will lead to more charges, Kingery said.
Jordan was incarcerated at Western Regional Jail, and his bond was $30,000.