Anchorage Police are concerned there may be local child victims after arresting a man who owned a van with blacked-out windows and finding a document on his computer about "hunting/stalking kids and the pedophile handbook".  

An Anchorage man was arrested on outstanding warrants late Tuesday night, authorities say, related to child porn possession and distribution. 

Anchorage Police spokesperson MJ Thim said 27-year-old Cody Cogley was arrested at 10:30 p.m. in the 300 block of 104th Avenue for outstanding warrants for distribution of child porn, possession of child porn, forgery and theft. He was also charged with resisting arrest. 

Thim said the investigation started October 30 when Cogley sent "child sexual exploitation videos" to an undercover detective with APD's Cyber Crimes Unit. The Alaska Internet Crimes Against Children task force, Alaska State Troopers and the FBI served a search warrant for Cogley's home and found evidence of the crimes on his computer and other digital devices. 

In the criminal complaint filed Tuesday, detectives noted finding a document on Cogley's computer about "hunting/stalking kids", as well as a "pedophile handbook". Cogley told investigators that documents were included in a "pack" download. 

Thim says the documents outlined how to hunt for children-- where to find them, what ages to look for. Cogley's van had the windows blacked-out and all but the front seats removed, Thim says, and investigators found evidence that Cogley intended to buy a bed for the van. 

Either police prevented what could be a serious crime, Thim says, or there are victims out there. Thim says there's no evidence there are victims, but after putting together all of the evidence, it appears there was intent on Cogley's part.

Now, police are putting pictures of Cogley and his van out to the public in case there are indeed victims out there. 

At his bail hearing, Cogley was appointed a public defender. He was given a $100,000 cash appearance bond and a $10,000 performance bond. He's also required to have a third-party custodian, should he make bail. 

Cogley is charged with three counts of distribution of child porn, three counts of possession of child porn, one count of forgery and one count of theft. He faces a maximum of 99 years for each of the first six counts. The forgery charge stems from counterfeit $20 bills found during a search of his home, according to the criminal complaint. 

Anyone who believes they were a victim or has information on this investigation is asked to contact Police Dispatch at 786-8900 (press “0” to reach an operator). To remain anonymous you may contact Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP.

Lauren Maxwell contributed to this report. 

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