Conway police arrested David Kinslow, 49, Wednesday for possessing computer child pornography, the department’s information officer said.

According to a Conway Police Department incident report, FBI received an online tip that an occupant at the address, 2007 Wiggle Worm Rd. in Conway, was in possession of child pornography. The tip was that the IP address at the residence was used to upload suspected child pornography videos to a website on Dec. 10, the report states.

Conway police ran a search on Kinslow and found he was on parole for an unrelated crime.

The report states parole officers, an FBI agent and Conway police conducted a home visit at the residence, where a CPD officer used software to scan Kinslow’s computer.

"The software immediately began to produce hits in the downloads folder on the hard drive of the desktop computer. I navigated to that folder where I observed numerous videos and image thumbnails that were of small children," an officer wrote.

The officer noted there was a sexually explicit video of a young female wearing only a mask.

Kinslow’s desktop and laptop were taken by police, and he was arrested.

"Detective Brian Williams is passionate about putting an end to this behavior and works diligently on child porn cases, often in conjunction with other agencies as in this case," said La Tresha Woodruff, public information officer for the Conway Police Department. "Great cooperation between agencies, FBI and parole, resulted in this arrest."

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