The former Philadelphia Eagle defensive coordinator charged with possessing child pornography was arrested and pleaded guilty in May of this year.
Bradley Davis, who is currently a graduate assistant at Ohio State University, was arrested on May 2, 2016, and charged with one count of possession of child pornography and two counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, according to a statement from the Pennsylvania State Police.
A spokesperson for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office confirmed the arrest to NBC10.
A spokesperson for prosecutors told the news outlet the case is being investigated by the District Attorney.
The former Eagle defensive staff was also indicted in June 2016 on a charge of possession and distribution of child exploitation images, and is being held in jail on a $500,000 bond.
In April 2016, police executed a search warrant at the home of Davis, where they seized “approximately 1,600 images, approximately 1,200 video and 500 photographs” of children, according a press release from the Philadelphia DA’s office.
A search of the home turned up numerous child pornography images and images of child sexual abuse, according the press release.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, police discovered a laptop and an iPad in the home, and also found an email account containing more than 250 attachments, some of which contained photos of children.
Police also found other images on the devices of Davis and a friend, who was also charged with possession of indecent images of children and child exploitation.
Prosecutors say Davis also sent pornographic images to his friend and that he “used and distributed them” on the school’s computer network.
Prosecutors said the images were allegedly sent to a 14-year-old student who was allegedly being groomed by the offensive lineman.
In the complaint, prosecutors said the school had no policy against sending nude or explicit images to students.