NOBLESVILLE — Police have arrested an Indianapolis high school math teacher after they say investigators found child pornography on the computer at his suburban home.
Detectives with the Hamilton County Metro Child Exploitation Task Force arrested 43-year-old Robert S. Fowler of Noblesville on preliminary charges of child exploitation Thursday at Broad Ripple High School. He was released from Hamilton County Jail in Noblesville on $5,000 bond. Fowler couldn't be reached for comment Friday because his number wasn't listed.
Indianapolis Public Schools says Fowler has been suspended with pay.
Police say they found sexual images of pre-teen girls and an infant on Fowler's computer.
Investigators say they didn't find any pornography on Fowler's school computer. IPS says there's no evidence that Fowler was involved in any illegal activity with students.