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8/26/08

Man Pleads Guilty For Production of Child Pornography

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Dept. Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Dept.

Nearly five months after Idalou Police say they discovered child pornography inside his car, 49-year-old Isaac Jones pleads guilty to production of child pornography.

A federal grand jury indicted Jones in April after Idalou Police stopped him and a female passenger in March for a faulty license plate light. Authorities say they discovered a camera and a video showing Jones sexually assaulting the 14-year-old girl.

Jones pleaded guilty last week. He faces 15 to 30-years in prison and up to a lifetime of supervised release. He is also liable for counseling and medical services the victim may need.

Jones will be sentenced at a later date.

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