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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A local music teacher who had taught children in their homes has been arrested for possessing child pornography, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Dept.
Robert Michael Broadfoot, 29 was arrested in Sacramento for having hundreds of photos and videos depicting child pornography on his computer. The items were discovered during a search of Broadfoot’s home on October 11.
The FBI told local authorities that Broadfoot downloaded the media over the Internet.
Anyone with information regarding Broadfoot is asked to call the Internet Crimes Against Children task force at 916-874-3000.