Police arrested an employee of the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco Thursday on suspicion of possession and distribution of child porn, the San Francisco Police Department said Friday.
Brian Pittman, 45, was arrested after investigators with the police's Internet Crimes Against Children unit served a search warrant at his apartment, located in the 400 block of Natoma Street, and found numerous child pornography files on various media devices belonging to Pittman, according to police.
An investigation into Pittman began last month when police learned that a person at the residence was uploading and downloading graphic child pornography online.
Investigators also learned that Pittman was working for the Boys and Girls Club in San Francisco as a maintenance worker, police said.
After Pittman was arrested, officials with the Boy and Girls Club were notified and they are cooperating with investigators. Pittman was not directly involved with programs involving children and at this time it does not appear that any of the crimes involve children from the Boys and Girls club, according to police.
Anyone who may have been victimized by Pittman or may have had suspicious contact with him is advised to contact the police's Special Victims Unit at (415) 558-5500.