Brandon Jones Sentenced To Thirty Years For Child Porn
According to a news release and court records - 31 year old Brandon
Lynn Jones was sentenced to 30 years in prison after using a cell
phone to take and send pornographic photos of a four year old girl.
Jones will have to serve at least eighty five percent of the sentence
and must must register as a sex offender and be under probation
supervision for the rest of his life.

Jones was arrested in September 2014 after an FBI agent posing
as a child abuser made contact with Jones through an internal
email system on Craigslist. Jones reportedly gave the agent
instructions on how to have sex with a child and sent the agent
three sexually explicit images of a little girl. Jones also told the
agent that he planned to use the child the next day to make more
pornographic images to share. Police tracked Jones down through
Craigslist and other databases. When police got to his house, they
saw him throw a cellphone behind a couch after answering the door
and images Jones had sent the agent were reportedly on the phone.

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