Man sentenced for leaving iPod with child pornography
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- An Oakland man pleaded guilty on Wednesday, to two counts of encouraging child sex abuse, stemming from an incident where he left an iPod full of porn at a gas station.
Jason Goodman, 34, left the iPod Touch at a Sutherlin convenience store in 2010.
A store employee looked at the iPod, and found sexually explicit images of children on it.
Police were able to trace it to Goodman, who yesterday pleaded guilty according to the Douglas County District Attorney's office.
He was sentenced to 18 months in prison and at least three years of post prison supervision.
He must also register as a sex offender.
According to police who investigated Goodman originally, over 1,400 pornographic images included some with children as young as 6-years-old.