CHARLEROI, Pa. - A former employee of a Washington County bowling alley is accused of using the computers there to access illegal images.
More than 200 million users use Dropbox, an app for sharing videos and photos.
Cody Gadd of Charleroi was arrested this week by the Attorney General’s Office on felony and child pornography charges.
Officials said Dropbox sent a cyber tip to the Center for Missing and Exploiting Children after flagging Gadd’s account for suspected child pornography.
Investigators said they searched his account and found more than 1,000 pornographic videos and photos.
“I’m very upset. Cody will no longer be welcome here,” said the Bentleyville bowling alley’s manager, Dan Hart.
Hart is a father of three.
“We are a family center. I can’t have that here. There’s no way,” said Hart.
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