Prosecutor: Burlington County man distributed child pornography

The man saved the images and videos on mobile phones, computers and a tablet, authorities said.

MARLTON, NJ – A Burlington County man possessed child pornography on multiple devices and distributed the material online, authorities said.

Dominic Constantine was charged with first-degree possession of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) in a file-sharing program, first-degree possession of CSAM with intent to distribute, first-degree distribution of CSAM, and second-degree possession of CSAM. He was arrested at his Marlton home on July 3.

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Investigators from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security initially tipped off the Burlington County District Attorney’s Office (BCPO) about Constantine’s online activities. The BCPO found that Constantine had stored numerous images and videos of child pornography on cell phones, computers, and a tablet.

Authorities seized the devices when they executed a search warrant at his home. Investigators then discovered that Constantine was sharing the material through a network that allowed the distribution of a large amount of files on the internet, according to the BCPO.

Constantine, 48, was taken to the Burlington County Jail to await a detention hearing. Authorities will present the case to a grand jury for possible indictment.