By Robert Patrick
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
ST. LOUIS — A Roman Catholic priest already accused of trying to pay for sex with a 16-year-old girl was indicted Thursday on new charges, including one involving child pornography.
The Rev. James P. Grady, 58, already faced a felony charge of attempting to obtain a minor for a commercial sex act.
The superseding indictment adds a claim that Grady possessed three pornographic images of young girls on a laptop computer. Prosecutors also added a felony charge of using interstate commerce to attempt to entice or coerce someone under 18 to engage in prostitution or sexual activity.
The laptop was searched after he was arrested in the summer at a sting run by the FBI and police from St. Louis County and Maryland Heights.
Prosecutors said Grady, then pastor of St. Raphael the Archangel Church in south St. Louis, responded
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