LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced Friday that a Lonoke County man is facing child pornography charges.
Officials say agents arrested Cabot man David James Harrison, 48, at his home Friday morning. We're told he's facing 20 counts of distributing, possessing, or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child.
In a press release, McDaniel says, "This type exploitative, criminal activity is an affront to our State and will not be tolerated in Arkansas. We intend to demonstrate in court that this man repeatedly violated state law. Along with other law enforcement agencies across Arkansas, we will continue to work to prevent Internet crimes against children."
Officials say that within the investigation, agents executed a search warrant at Harrison's home and seized two computers, a digital tablet, and other electronic evidence. Additionally, officials say multiple images depicting the sexual abuse of children were found on one of the computers during an analysis by the Cyber Crimes Unit Forensic Lab in Little Rock.
According to officials, Harrison was being held in the Lonoke County Detention Center pending a court appearance.