BPD: Boise man arrested after police find sexually exploitative material in his home
BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) —
Multiple cyber tips pointed Boise Police in the direction to investigate and arrest a 51-year-old Boise man Monday for having sexually exploitative material.
Police identified the man as Gunnar Ericsson.
According to Police, reports stated that sexually exploitative material was located in the Boise area. Police were able to locate the material at the 5300 block of Ellens Ferry Drive after a search warrant was obtained. Police say they found several digital files on computers containing material that was sexually exploitative of children.
Police say Ericsson, the owner of the computer files, was taken into custody and charged with four felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child.
Evidence does not indicate that there are other children involved, but investigators ask that anyone with pertinent information about the suspect contact police.