A truck driver arrested at a border crossing between North Dakota and Canada on allegations he possessed child pornography has been indicted in federal court.

A truck driver arrested at a border crossing between North Dakota and Canada on allegations he possessed child pornography has been indicted in federal court.

Garold Miller, of Bridger, Montana, is charged with three counts of transportation of materials containing child pornography. He has not been asked to enter a plea.

Court documents show that inspectors searched Miller's truck on July 15 at the Pembina border station and found electronic devices that allegedly contained about 26,000 still images and more than 800 videos of child pornography. He was arrested on a criminal complaint before the case was heard by a grand jury.

Attorneys in the case were not available for comment.