SUTHERLIN, Ore. -- Sutherlin police have arrested an Oakland man on child porn charges, after they say he left the electronic device at the Shell station in Sutherlin.
Officers arrested Jason Daniel Goodman, 33, after what they say was a six month investigation.
An employee of the Shell station found the device back around October of last year. They kept the item at the station waiting for someone to claim it.
In February of this year, the employee asked if he could take the iPod home since nobody claimed it. Police say he went home and charged it up, and that's when he found the porn.
He immediately turned it in to police. Sutherlin police turned it into the Oregon State Police Crime Lab. Officers say the lab was able to pinpoint who had the device when it was dropped.
According to police, over 1,400 pornographic images included some with children as young as 6-years-old.
Officers obtained a search warrant for Goodman's home, where they seized a laptop, flash drives and modems, which are being sent to the crime lab for analysis.
Goodman was arrested immediately following an interview on Tuesday at the Sutherlin Police Department. He was charged with ecouraging child sex abuse and possession of child porn.
Goodman is being held in the Douglas County Jail on $200,000 bail.

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