A College Station man accused of possessing child pornography is now under the watchful eye of law enforcement
Gregg Baird, 38, was fitted Monday with a GPS tracking device. If removed, the bracelet automatically alerts authorities.
The tracker is part of the conditions set by Justice of the Peace Tommy Munoz when he lowered Baird's bond from $280,000 to $70,000 last week. He also ordered Baird to turn over his passport.
Baird was arrested on May 19 in Alpine, one day after a police search of his College Station home allegedly turned up pornographic images of children on his computer.
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