SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — A former employee of Santa Clara University was arrested Monday on a child pornography charge, according to authorities.

Santa Clara police said SCU administration was told in October that a makeshift room had been constructed in a basement maintenance shop on campus. Inside the room was a mattress and various sex toys, police said.

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Police said SCU administration determined former maintenance worker Jason Cameron Brown, had constructed the room. On October 21, SCU alerted police and turned over a laptop computer belonging to Brown.

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A forensic analysis it was revealed the laptop’s hard drive contained child pornography, according to police. Early Monday morning, Santa Clara police served a search warrant at Brown’s San Jose home and arrested him on the child porn charge.

Police said the investigation remained active.

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