Sex Offender Sentenced to Six Years in State Prison for Possessing Child Pornography

Gary Daniel (DOB 09/21/1978), of Oxnard, was sentenced to six years in state prison for possessing child pornography at a time he was required to register as a sex offender. Daniel was found guilty on October 2, 2019, following a five-day jury trial.

Daniel was released from Missouri state Prison in July 2018. In August 2018, Daniel moved from Missouri to Oxnard and was placed on parole. In November 2018, Daniel’s parole officer and members of the Santa Paula Police Department searched his residence to ensure he was complying with parole conditions. During this search, Daniel’s parole officer found child pornography on his cellular telephone. A subsequent forensic search of the cellular phone, completed by the Southern California High Tech Task Force, confirmed Daniel possessed child pornography. The prosecution and conviction in this case was completed by the District Attorney’s Office Fraud and Technology Crimes Unit with assistance from the Santa Paula Police Department.

 

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