COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. — The Collier County Sheriffs Office says a cyber tip led then to the arrest of a Golden Gate man on 60 counts of child pornography possession.
Brooklyn Parker Clements, 25, was also charged with one count of child pornography possession with intent to promote.
The Sheriff’s Office received the cyber tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding child pornography transmission.
CCSO detectives determined the activity was occurring at Clements’ residence and that Clements was possibly the suspect.
Detectives responded to Clements’ residence, where he consented to search his cell phone, which revealed child pornography.
Detectives discovered on Clements’ cell phone more than 700 files of child pornography.
The files depicted children ranging in age from infants to pre-teens engaged in a sex act with adults and other children.
The investigation also found Clements was engaged in Internet chats with possible children and other predators, including participation in chat rooms with names such as “Girls under 16” and “Underage 10.”
“There was substantial evidence of Brooklyn’s desire for sex with children on his cell phone,” Exploitation Section Sgt. Wade Williams wrote in the arrest report.
The investigation also found Clements was using a file-sharing application “that is commonly used by child exploitation offenders around the world who are interested in trading child pornography,” according to the arrest report.
Clements turned himself into CCSO custody at the Collier County jail on Monday. His bond was set at $310,000.