An Okmulgee County man was arrested Wednesday on allegations of possession and distribution of child pornography, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reports.
OSBI agents were joined by Okmulgee County Sheriff's Deputies, Oklahoma Attorney General's investigators and district attorney's investigators in the arrest of John David McAlister on complaints of aggravated possession of child pornography, distribution of child pornography and violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.
Officials say a search warrant was served on McAlister's home in Okmulgee Wednesday morning and that several pieces of equipment were seized after McAlister allegedly sent images of child porn to an undercover agent on two occasions.
Investigators say a forensic computer review turned up more than one hundred images of child pornography on one of McAlister's computer and a full examination will determine the total number of images and videos and whether or not there are any local child victims.
McAlister was taken to the Okmulgee County Jail, where he remains on 150-thousand dollars bond.