A freelance children's photographer in California was arrested for possessing hundreds of child porn images, Fontana police department said.

Kenneth Smith, 42, was said to be downloading and distributing the pictures on the internet. Detectives, who executed a search warrant in his Sultana Avenue home Tuesday, found over 600 images and videos of children in compromising positions in the electronic devices that he owns. The devices were seized by police.

"Smith was in possession of many photographs of children in compromising situations," Fontana police, said in a statement.

Smith, a Fontana resident, was held with the help of the Fontana Police Department's fugitive apprehension team. He was booked at West Valley Detention Center against a $100,000 bail bond.

Detectives believe there may be additional victims and requested help from the public to find them. Anyone with information concerning the case can contact Detective Moyer with the Fontana Police Department at 909-350-7168.

In December, a school bus driver in Long Island, New York, was arrested for sexually abusing a 6-year-old girl and possessing child pornography. New York State Internet Crimes Against Children task force and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children alerted the police about Charles Titone’s behavior. The 46-year-old suspect was then arrested from his house in Huntington Station following a search. Police said the victim whom he molested was not from Titone’s bus route but someone he had previously known.

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This picture shows a representational image of an unhappy schoolboy. Getty Images/ Peter Dazeley