LPD: Man turns himself in for possession of child porn

LPD reported finding 117 images of pre-pubescent girls on his computers

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN)- On March 4, a 50-year-old woman reported to Lincoln police that she was concerned that her ex-husband, 51-year-old David Robison, was accessing child pornography.

LPD says the woman indicated to them that there is software on his computer that provides updates about content on the computer. Through this, she told police that she received a report containing several images that appeared to be child pornography.

Investigators who saw the images reported and determined that the images contained girls under the age of 18 years old.

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Police say a search warrant was then served on Robison’s residence on Carriage Way and several laptops and electronic devices were located and forensically analyzed.

Following forensic examination, investigators reported finding 117 images of pre-pubescent girls in sexually explicit positions.

Investigators also reported finding the original images provided by the tracking software during the initial report.

Around 8 a.m. on April 15, Robison turned himself into the Lancaster County Jail and was taken into custody. He was arrested for Possession of Child Pornography.

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