Fugitive Logan Storm, convicted on child porn charges, is back

Fugitive Logan Storm, convicted on child porn charges, is back
Logan Storm

PORTLAND, Ore. - A former Beaverton teacher who fled to Mexico after being convicted on child pornography charges is now back in Portland.

This completes a long saga for 37-year-old Logan Storm, who was scheduled for a sentencing hearing back in January but skipped town.

Police found Storm in Mexico on March 12 and a week later he was flown from Mexico City to Houston, Texas where he was placed in federal custody.

Storm taught at Stoller Middle School and was convicted of possessing child pornography. Investigators found hundreds of images and videos of toddlers and young girls on his computer.

He has been booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center and is scheduled to appear in federal court Friday afternoon. A sentencing hearing will be set up following that initial appearance before a judge. Storm also faces a new federal indictment for failure to appear.