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Breaking: Longmont man arrested for sexual exploitation of child

Sheriff’s office says 38-year-old man possessed child sexual abuse material
Boulder County Sheriff's Office

A Longmont man has been arrested for possessing child sexual abuse material.

According to a release from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, on Wednesday the Boulder County Digital Forensics Lab served a search warrant at a home in the 700 block of Mount Evans Drive. Landon Innes, 38, was arrested without incident for sexual exploitation of a child.

The investigation began after the Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force received information about the possession of child sexual abuse material from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the sheriff’s office said.

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office houses local members of the Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, composed of Boulder County Digital Forensics Lab investigators at the sheriff’s office, Longmont police, Boulder police and the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office. Investigators with the Boulder County Digital Forensics Lab are tasked with investigating child sexual exploitation cases and high technology crimes, among other responsibilities.

The sheriff's office, district attorney’s office, Boulder police and Longmont police assisted with this investigation.

Amy Golden

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Amy Golden is a reporter for the Longmont Leader covering city and county issues, along with anything else that comes her way.
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