By Patti Weaver

 

  (Stillwater, Okla.) — A 62-year-old Cushing man employed in Tulsa has been charged with possessing large amounts of child pornography in Tulsa and Payne counties.
    Both cases were filed against Glenn Allen Fogle following an investigation by Tulsa Police Detective Eric Leverington, a member of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, court records show.
    Fogle was arrested in his Payne County case on Sept. 1 and released on $25,000 bail pending an Oct. 4 court appearance on a charge of aggravated possession of child pornography at his Cushing residence on May 11, court records show.
    If convicted of his charges in Payne and Tulsa counties, Fogle could be given two life sentences.
    An Information Technology support person for Fogle’s employer on April 29 “notified the Tulsa Police Department that he had located possible child pornography on the work computer,” of Fogle, the detective’s affidavit alleged.
    The IT person “stated that he observed where Glenn Fogle was copying possible child pornography files from his work computer to an unknown external hard drive,” the affidavit alleged.
    On May 9, the Tulsa detective was conducting surveillance in the parking lot of Fogle’s employer in Tulsa, “when he observed Glenn Fogle exit the building carrying a messenger bag and get into a 2015 tan Toyota Camry,” the affidavit alleged. The Tulsa detective followed the vehicle to Fogle’s residence in Cushing, the affidavit alleged.
    On May 11, two Tulsa County search warrants were served at Fogle’s workplace in Tulsa for Fogle’s office computer and vehicle, the affidavit alleged.
    Fogle was arrested at his workplace in Tulsa on May 11 “for aggravated possession of child pornography after more than 100 videos of child pornography were located on the external hard drive inside Glenn Fogle’s messenger bag,” the affidavit alleged.
    On May 11 when a search warrant was served at Fogle’s residence on Country Club Drive in Cushing, “Officers located numerous items of digital evidence inside the bedroom identified as belonging to Glenn Fogle,” the affidavit alleged.
    When the Tulsa detective examined one hard drive removed from a laptop in Fogle’s bedroom in Cushing, “he located over 695 images and videos that he immediately recognized as child pornography,” the affidavit alleged.
    The Tulsa detective examined a second hard drive on the dresser in Fogle’s bedroom and located “49 images and videos he immediately recognized as child pornography,” the affidavit alleged.
    A third hard drive on the dresser in Fogle’s bedroom had “278 images and videos” immediately recognized by the Tulsa detective as child pornography, the affidavit alleged.
    A fourth hard drive located next to Fogle’s bedroom door had “306 images and videos” immediately recognized by the Tulsa detective as child pornography, the affidavit alleged.
    According to court records, Fogle was charged in Tulsa County on June 10 with aggravated possession of child pornography on May 11 and possession of child pornography on April 29; Fogle was released on $10,000 bail on May 12 in his Tulsa County case, arraigned on Sept. 9, and ordered to return to court on Oct. 21. Fogle was charged in Payne County on Aug. 29 with aggravated possession of child pornography on four separate hard drives in his Cushing residence, court records show.