An East Lansing man was charged Tuesday in the 55th District Court for possessing sexually abusive material for children and using a computer to commit a crime, the Michigan State Police Computer Crimes Units said in a press release.
William Paul Bergdolt, 21, has been charged on three counts for possession of sexually abusive material intended for children and for using a computer to commit a crime.
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Court documents list the date of the offense as September 15, 2020 and the filing date as September 21.
The charges stem from an investigation by the Ingham County Parole Board. At the time of his arrest, Bergdolt was on parole on “an unrelated matter,” said MSP.
“The investigation resulted in a routine search of the home he lived in, which led to indications of sexually abusive material aimed at children,” said MSP.
On the Michigan Justice Department website, Bergdolt is listed as on parole and assigned to the Washtenaw County Probation Service on charges of assault, indecent exposure, resisting or assaulting a police officer, and burglary and intrusion. According to the correction department, the fees were incurred in 2018 and 2019.
A conference on possible causes is scheduled for February 11th.
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