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Firefighter charged with sharing child porn on social media

Police became aware of Daniel Czupryn’s actions after the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force tipped them off


By FireRescue1 Staff

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — A part-time firefighter was arrested after allegedly sharing child pornography on a social media site.

ABC7 reported that the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force alerted police of Daniel Czupryn when they found evidence that he was collecting child pornography and sharing it online.

Daniel Czupryn was arrested for sharing child porn on a social media site. (Photo/Will County Sheriff's Dept.)
Daniel Czupryn was arrested for sharing child porn on a social media site. (Photo/Will County Sheriff's Dept.)

They "found that Czupryn was involved in sharing child pornography through a social media site. After a search of his computer and cell phones, Czupryn was brought in for questioning, where he made statements implicating himself," according to a statement from police.

Czupryn also works as a GI tech at a medical center, according to police. He was charged with three counts of child pornography and is being held on a $100,000 bond.

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