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Police Chief Resigns After Porn Found on Computer

CAVE SPRINGS, AR - Cave Springs' police chief has resigned after pornographic videos and images were found on his work computer, but he says he wasn't the one who downloaded the inappropriate materials.

Brian Biscamp, 38, resigned in a letter to Mayor Mark Reeves on Friday.

Biscamp says he's responsible for the computer and what happens in the police department.

Biscamp said the computer is assessible to everyone in the police department and is not password-protected.  He says he never downloaded or searched for anything inappropriate.

"I've never downloaded anything.  I never searched for anything," Biscamp said.

The inappropriate material, which included adult videos, was discovered by a computer technician.

The mayor says the city ordered the services of a computer technician last week to investigate the city's slow-operating computer system.  Reeves says the police chief's computer was the only city computer found to contain pornographic materials.

Biscamp served as the Cave Springs police chief since June 2005.

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