State police have arrested a Burlington man accused of distributing child pornography.
Detectives from the State Police Computer Crimes Unit started investigating the distribution of child pornography online through social networking in April 2014 and searched a home Alice Lane in Burlington, where they seized several computers, computer equipment and a cell phone, according to state police.
Detectives identified suspect Daniel S. Kerr, 26, of the same address, as the suspect, went through his social media accounts and determined he shared pornography with people believed to be minors in several states.
Police took Kerr into custody on July 30 and he has been charged with third-degree possession of child pornography, promoting a minor in obscene performance and enticing a minor.
He was released from custody, according to online court records and is due in court on Sept. 1.