Collingswood Handyman Charged with Child Pornography Possession


Sixty-one-year-old Michael McIntyre was arrested Friday after investigators allegedly found media containing child pornography in his home. 

By Matt Skoufalos | July 6, 2018

High-Tech Crimes Unit Logo. Credit: CCPO.

A Collingswood handyman has been charged with possession of child pornography after detectives from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO) raided his home Friday.

Michael McIntyre, 61, was charged and released after CCPO officers allegedly discovered “several digital devices” containing child pornography in his Richey Avenue home, according to a statement from the prosecutor’s office.

Detectives from the CCPO High-Tech Crimes Unit (HTCU) uncovered the devices with the aid of an FBI electronics detection dog; the technology was seized and shipped to its department forensic lab for analysis.

The prosecutor’s office credited officers from the Cherry Hill office of Homeland Security Investigations, the Camden County Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team (SERT), and the Collingswood Police Department in assisting with the case. The investigation is ongoing.

All persons charged with crimes are presumed innocent until and until proven guilty in a court of law. An arrest is not a conviction.

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