Commander Gregg Jones of the Bureau of Investigation spoke as Lexington police shared the results of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force during a news conference at police headquarters on Friday.
Commander Gregg Jones of the Bureau of Investigation spoke as Lexington police shared the results of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force during a news conference at police headquarters on Friday. Herald-Leader
Commander Gregg Jones of the Bureau of Investigation spoke as Lexington police shared the results of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force during a news conference at police headquarters on Friday. Herald-Leader

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