A Hollywood man is facing multiple charges after police say he posted child pornography to Twitter.
David Michael Pulju, 24, was arrested Wednesday at his workplace in Miramar on 11 counts of possession of obscene material, Hollywood Police said.
Pulju wasn't listed in Broward County jail records, and it was unknown if he's hired an attorney.
According to an arrest report, child pornography was posted to Twitter in February by Pulju. Hollywood Police and the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force began an investigation in May.
Officers found more than 50 images on Pulju's computer of male children engaging in sexual acts, police said. Pulju admitted he had child pornography on his computer and said he acquired it from Twitter by typing in buzz words, the report said.