Donald Wayne Davis Jr., 50, was charged Tuesday.
He came under investigation earlier this year after Caddo Police Sgt. Joey Tucker received information that Davis had made an indecent proposals to a child under 16.
With the help of Bryan County District Attorney Investigator Sam Hernandez, authorities searched Davis’ home in the 100 block of South Main Street.
Two computers were among the numerous items seized, according to the affidavit.
Hernandez questioned Davis, who admitted that he had downloaded child pornography, the affidavit states a third computer he had pawned was also seized.
The computers were turned over to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation headquarters for Computer Forensic Examinations. On Sept. 21, it returned the results of the examinations to Caddo Police Chief Neil Glover.
According to the OSBI report, two computers contained a total of 156 images of nude or partially clothed children engaged in sexual acts or provocatively posed.
Davis was arrested Tuesday.