Paul Harold White, who was arrested earlier this month for furnishing drugs to high school students, has been arrested again.
The latest arrest was made Thursday afternoon at his home in the 3200 block of West Las Positas Boulevard.
White, 29, was charged Thursday with five counts of furnishing drugs to a minor, one count of child endangerment and one count of possessing child pornography. He had been free on bail after his Aug. 2 arrest.
Pleasanton police have been investigating White for about a month.
He was first taken into custody Aug. 2 for reportedly providing drugs to Amador Valley High School students. At that time, officers from the special investigations unit of the Pleasanton Police Department seized confiscated a "significant amount" of cocaine, ecstasy tablets and methamphetamine.
In a press release issued by police Thursday, it was reported that firearms, one of which was stolen, was also confiscated on Aug. 2. When White was arrested, police said there was a 15-year-old residing at the home who White was supplying drugs and alcohol to. The continuing investigation revealed that White had supplied drugs to a second, 16-year-old girl on at least five occasions and supplied her with alcohol as well, according to Sgt. Jim Knox.
Several of the suspect's computers were seized from White's home and investigator said they found images of juvenile female pornography, evidence of his drug use and sales and images of "passed out" juveniles in his home.
White was booked in Santa Rita Jail.