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PCSO News Release

Media Contact:
Eleazer, Carrie

Public Information Officer 
News Date: 9/11/2014 

 Davenport Man Arrested Three Times During Computer Crimes Investigation 


On August 10, 2014, PCSO undercover Computer Crimes detectives arrested 61-year-old Robert Jamison of Davenport and charged him with five counts Attempted Sexual Performance by a Child, six counts Video Voyeurism, and one count Use of Minor to Pose for Material Harmful to Minor, when detectives discovered homemade videos on his computer of a nude teenage girl that he had access to.  

Jamison was released from the Polk County Jail on August 20, 2014, after posting bond. He was given pre-trial release conditions and placed on a GPS monitoring device. 


During further forensic analysis of the computer equipment seized from Jamison’s home, PCSO detectives found additional evidence of video voyeurism, and obtained a warrant for his arrest on September 8, 2014, charging him with two additional counts (one count each Use of Minor to Pose for Material Harmful to Minor and Video Voyeurism). Altamonte Springs Police Officers located Jamison in a hotel in their city on the same day, and placed him under arrest. He was booked into the Seminole County Jail on the Polk County warrant. 

On September 9, 2014, Jamison bonded out of the Seminole County Jail, and was instructed to respond to the Polk County Probation and Parole Office the following day to have a GPS monitoring device placed on him.  

On September 10, 2014, detectives found more evidence on Jamison’s computer, and obtained another arrest warrant for several counts Possession of Material Harmful to a Minor. Detectives met Jamison at the Dept. of Probation and Parole Office and placed him under arrest on the new warrant. Upon his arrest, detectives found an Apple iPad in Jamison’s truck – one of his pre-trial release conditions is that he cannot have access to computers or the Internet. Detectives filed an additional charge against Jamison Violation of Pre-Trial Conditions. 

Jamison is currently being held in the Polk County Jail for eight counts Possession of Material Harmful to a Minor ($1000 bond each count) and one count Violation of Pre-Trial release (no bond). 

"Here's an example of why our detectives continue investigations after initial arrests are made, especially in the Computer Crimes Unit. Robert Jamison has proven to us that he is unwilling to follow the rules set forth by the courts. We will continue our investigation into Jamison's illegal conduct." - Sheriff Grady Judd