A 28-year-old Glendale man was arrested in his home on various charges of of sexual exploitation of a minor and surreptitious viewing.
The charges against Innocent Bradley date back several months, when Avondale police were called regarding a possible sex offense at a local Cold Stone Creamery on May 28.
The complainant told police she was in the restroom when she found a suspicious cellphone. Police then discovered another person had used the restroom while the recording device was present.
The case was referred to detectives from the special victims unit, who discovered through investigation evidence that warranted surreptitious viewing charges against Bradley for two victims.
A search warrant, however, yielded a much larger situation.
Police discovered in Bradley’s home several electronic devices containing more than 101 images and videos of child pornography as well as four additional videos containing surreptitious viewing. Police have yet to identify those victims.
Bradley was charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, a class 2 felony; and four counts of surreptitious viewing, a class 5 felony. He is being held without bond.