Published: Jan 29, 2014 5:18 PM EST
Updated: Jan 29, 2014 8:18 PM EST

FORT MYERS, Fla. - A Fort Myers man is being held in the Lee County jail on a warrant for possessing child pornography. Federal agents say his wife turned him in. Her attorney spoke to WINK News.

Kevin Kaszynski, seen in a mugshot for a different arrest, is the man agents want to question. His wife found child pornography on a hard drive allegedly belonging to him , and turned it over to her attorney.

"That all go into this impression of a long term pattern of behavior on Mr. Kaszysnki's part of engaging in this type of behavior and taking steps to hide it. Both hide it electronically online so it couldn't be found by authorities and hide it from his wife by things like separate credit cards she wasn't aware of," said Ian Mann.

Authorities also say they found credit card bills for a website that helps hide online activity.

Trust WINK news to continue following any developments to this case.

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Kevin Kaszysnki sits behind bars in Lee County Jail.

He violated an injunction, after being told to stay away from his estranged wife and their two children. This because of a domestic violence incident and suicide attempt in July.

According to his lawyer, Kaszynski was set to be released Tuesday.

But now he could see more time behind bars.

Federal agents want to arrest, the 48-year-old, after his wife found child pornography on a hard drive that allegedly belonged to him.

David Selby, a parent himself, lives down the street from Kaszynski's estranged wife.

"It's a little disgusting, it's not good," said Selby. 

In the criminal complaint, federal agents say they "discovered over 7,000 images and over 400 videos of child pornography."

In particular, one image "... depicted a girl appearing to be an adolescent sitting on a chair of some sort, holding her legs up in the air and provocatively displaying her genital area."

The girl appeared to be 11 to 13 years old.

"It's gross. it's just weird, why you would want to do that. But some people are just sick in the head," said Selby.

In the complaint, Kaszynski's estranged wife also mentions that in the past couple months Kaszysnki had become a recluse, and would often spend a lot of time alone in his garage on a password protected computer.

LCSO deputies did request that computer from Kaszysnki's parents' home but were denied.