Oakland, Ore. man loses iPod, then freedom

Oakland, Ore. man loses iPod, then freedom
Jason Daniel Goodman

ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon man who left an iPod containing child porn on a gas station counter has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.

The News-Review of Roseburg reports that Jason Daniel Goodman apologized to the community as he left the courtroom in handcuffs this week.

The 34-year-old from Oakland, Ore., added that his addictions to alcohol and pornography had cost him "everything."

Goodman left his iPod at a Shell station in Sutherlin in October 2010.

After five months, a Shell employee took the unclaimed iPod home, where his wife found it contained about 200 sexual images of young girls.

The couple turned the iPod over to police, and Goodman was arrested. Goodman's mother later found pictures of prepubescent girls on her son's cellphone.

The iPod is now court property.