As child porn increases, so do arrests, sentences

Capital News Service
LANSING – A Lowell man is sent to federal prison for 30 years for producing child pornography at his mother’s day care center. The ex-host of a Christian radio show in Grand Rapids gets a 40-year federal prison term and a 25-to-50-year state prison term on child pornography and sexual assault charges. A Williamston High School biology teacher is accused of possessing child pornography and using a school computer to commit a crime. A Traverse City-area man is slated for another court appearance on child pornography charges. They’re among a wave of recent arrests and prosecutions across Michigan, reflecting the priority that law enforcement agencies place on child pornography cases, officials say.