Scott Arnold, 48, taken to Warren County Jail on $500,000 bond - Tucson News Now

Man indicted for allegedly having child porn

Scott Arnold, 48 Scott Arnold, 48
WARREN COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

A Waynesville man was indicted on Friday for child pornography charges.

Scott Arnold, 48, was arrested after police say he loaned his truck to a co-worker.

The co-worker reportedly found a disk in Arnold's truck which contained dozens of images of child pornography.

Warren County Prosecutor, David Fornshell, said there were pictures of 6-year-old girls and even a video of an adult having sex with a one-year-old.

According to authorities, the co-worker who found the disk confronted Arnold's boss, who in turn, confronted Arnold. The sheriff's office was also notified.

Police say Arnold took off and was found intoxicated at Caesar Creek State Park, in possession of a gun.

Authorities believe he was suicidal, and the Warren County Tactical Team was called to arrest him.

Arnold was charged with possession of child pornography, pandering obscenity and inducing panic, according to court records.

He is being held on a $500,000 bond at the Warren County Jail.

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