Charles Leaf, an Emmy-winning reporter for Fox 5, was arrested last month in NJ for aggravated sexual assault on a minor. Now, he's also been charged with possession of child pornography—the Bergen Record reports, "A forensic analysis of the computer revealed that Leaf had child-pornography images," according to a prosecutor—and a judge refused to lower Leaf's $270,000 bail for reasons including the fact that he has three different driver's licenses in three states.

Leaf's attorney, Jack Venturi, pointed out that his client "argued that Leaf’s bail was too high, considering that Leaf, a married father of two who served in the military before he went on to become an accomplished reporter, has no criminal record and is not a flight risk." Venturi also pointed to "very moving testimonials about his character" from friends and said, "This is a man who has a lot to be said on his behalf."

Venturi was aiming to have Leaf's bail cut to $100,000 and also revealed that, if granted, Leaf would live in a motel since his bail wouldn't allow him to live at his home in Wyckoff (which he shares with his wife and two children). The Record reports that Judge Liliana S. DeAvila-Silebi rejected the motel and "was concerned that Leaf has three drivers’ licenses in three different states." Also, she found it questionable that while friends could write testimonials on his behalf, none were willing to put up their home to help with the bail, “And the fact that he could not find a friend to live with… I have to take all these factors into account."