Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle reported a man has been arrested for allegedly manufacturing, distributing and possessing Explicit Images of Minors.
Mark Glenn, 49, of Gloucester Township, was charged after detectives from the High Tech Crimes Unit of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office executed a search warrant on Thursday morning at his home.
Detectives located numerous electronic storage devices containing more than 1,000 images and videos of Explicit Images of Minors as well as a large collection of printed images.
Detectives also discovered digital photos that Glenn had allegedly taken of a juvenile female’s genitals as she was asleep. Preliminary findings indicate the photos were taken approximately 10 years ago at his residence.
Glenn was charged with one count each of manufacturing of Explicit Images of Minors, distribution of Explicit Images of Minors and possession of Explicit Images of Minors.
The investigation began after detectives monitoring a peer-to-peer file-sharing program noticed files containing Explicit Images of Minors were being downloaded and uploaded from an IP address associated with Glenn’s home.
The Gloucester Township Police Department Special Response Team assisted in the execution of the search warrant.
Glenn is the 29th person to be charged this year by the High Tech Crimes Unit for crimes related to the possession and/or distribution of Explicit Images of Minors.
He was remanded to the Camden County Jail with bail set at $350,000 full cash.