UPDATE: LMPD traffic guard accused in KSP child porn investigation
Update (5:15 p.m.):
According to Louisville Metro Police, Christopher Miller has been employed as a traffic guard since 2007, working with special events at places like the Yum! Center and schools.
Police say Miller has been placed on emergency suspension and is being investigated by the Public Integrity Unit.
Police say the arrest is the result of an undercover investigation.
According to the report, police discovered that an online account linked to a home on Magazine Street, near the intersection of Dixie Highway and West Broadway, was sharing files related to child pornography.
On Thursday evening, a search warrant was executed at that home, which police say was occupied by 32-year-old Christopher L. Miller. As a result of that search warrant, police say they found multiple child pornography files, including at least 20.
Miller was arrested and charged with two counts of distribution of matter portraying the sexual performance of a minor and 20 counts of possession of matter portraying the sexual performance of a minor.
On Friday morning, a judge set his bond at $25,000 cash. The judge also ordered him to have no contact with children and he can not use a computer.