A Warsaw man has been arrested on suspicion of possession of child pornography after his wife contacted the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s department, authorities say. Jason A. Stone, 35, turned himself into the Kosciusko County Jail, suspected of felony child exploitation. According to authorities, Stone’s wife discovered her husband had been visiting multiple under-aged pornographic Web sites by tracking the computer activity with the help of a local computer store. After her discovery, she contacted an attorney and Kosciusko police. The Kosciusko County prosecutor’s office issued a warrant for the Stone residence. Police removed two safes and the family’s home computer during the search. Authorities say the safes contained more than 250 images on photo paper depicting sexual conduct of children that appeared to be less than 16 years old, 26 DVDs of child pornography, DVDs and videotapes of adult and child pornographic content and bestiality, a Michigan temporary driver’s license, two Texas driver’s licenses, a U.S. passport and 29 miscellaneous credit cards . Stone became suspicious of her husband after the family computers kept contracting viruses that he would not allow her to have repaired, according to reports . The Indiana State Police Detective Division are examining the home computers. Stone was released from jail this morning after posting the $20,000 bond.