Bloomfield Township man charged after hidden flash drive with abusive material found

By: Mary Beth Almond | Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle | Published November 17, 2023

 Kenneth Roger Davies

Kenneth Roger Davies

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP — A 65-year-old man from Bloomfield Township is facing child pornography charges after police reportedly found a flash drive with abusive material in his home.

Kenneth Roger Davies, of Bloomfield Township, was arraigned Nov. 2 in the 48th District Court and charged with six counts of aggravated possession of child sexually abusive material.

In late September, the Bloomfield Township Police Department received a tip that Davies may be in possession of child sexually abusive material. Police obtained a search warrant for his home and discovered a hidden flash drive.

Police said the flash drive was examined and “contained hundreds, if not thousands of images” containing “child sexually abusive material.”

The flash drive and other electronic devices were transferred to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force for full examination.

At press time, Davies was being held in the Oakland County Jail on a $150,000 cash bond.

The case was bound over to the Sixth Circuit Court, and court officials said Davies was slated to be arraigned Nov. 20, which was after press time.

Davies’ attorney, Russell C. Anderson, could not be reached for comment at press time.