A Stockton resident was arrested for crimes against a child following an investigation by the Missouri Division of Drug and Crime Control. Lorrie Pace was arrested on Wednesday, in Cedar County, following a search warrant at Pace’s residence on East 1658 Road, in Stockton. At the scene, investigators seized child pornography and computer equipment. Pace was arrested and transported to the Cedar County Jail. On Thursday, Pace was charged with one count of promoting child pornography and three counts of possession of child pornography, with a bond of $25-thousand-dollars.
Two others were arrested and charged for crimes against a child. 34 year old Anthony L. Arndt, of Monett, and 26 year old Andrew M. Henry, of Kansas City, are facing charges of possession and promoting child pornography. The arrests were not related; and are each the result of lengthy investigations conducted by the members of the Division of Drug and Crime Control’s Digital Forensics Investigative Unit,
Interdiction for Protection of Children (IPC)/Human Trafficking Unit, and the Missouri Digital Forensic Center.