Sarasota, FL (November 30, 2018) – A 37-year-old man, identified by police as Jon Gluvna, is now facing child pornography charges for he sending child pornography over the internet. This is the second time that Gluvna has been arrested for charges of possessing pornography that involved children within the past three years.
The Sarasota Sheriff's Department that handles internet crimes that involve children says that Gluvna was arrested after he admitted that on November 20th, he had been actively engaging in downloading child pornography. Gluvna has been on supervised release for previous charges of the same nature. On Tuesday of this week, he was arrested and taken into custody for the crime that was committed on the November 20th.
Detectives were tipped off that Gluvna has been allegedly downloading child pornography once again and a search warrant was executed because of that information. Court documents indicate that police investigated computers, gaming consoles, and SD cards to find multiple videos of very young children engaging in sex acts. Police also determined that Gluvna was using a wiping software to in hopes that detectives would be unable to find any more evidence.
Gluvna is currently being held at the Sarasota County Jail as of Thursday evening.
Sarasota Child Pornography Laws
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