Gilbert Francisco (Photo courtesy SFPD)

Gilbert Francisco (Photo courtesy SFPD)

SFPD finds thousands of child porn videos, images on man’s computer

San Francisco police arrested a 41-year-old man earlier this month after they allegedly found thousands of child pornography videos and images on his computer.

Gilbert Francisco was arrested after authorities served a search warrant at a home in the 100 block of Curtis Street on Dec. 14 and found thousands of child
pornography videos and images on Francisco’s computer, police said.

Francisco was arrested and booked San Francisco County Jail on suspicion of possession of child pornography, possession of over 600 files of child pornography and three counts of distribution of child pornography.

Anyone who believes they may have been a victim or have had any suspicious contact with Francisco is asked to contact the Special Victims Unit at (415) 558-5500.

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