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Teen Sexting in Louisa for The Atlantic(79 images)

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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Phones that are confiscated are put immediately into a faraday bag, which prevents any signal from reaching the cell phone, so nothing can be added or deleted remotely. The phone can then be cloned and investigators can seach the phone for illegal material.
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  • Phones that are confiscated are put immediately into a faraday bag, which prevents any signal from reaching the cell phone, so nothing can be added or deleted remotely. The phone can then be cloned and investigators can seach the phone for illegal material.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • A shelf with a figurine showing an officer protecting a child along with other awards in the office of Chief Deputy Donald Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office.
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  • Louisa County High School was destroyed in an earthquake in 2011, forcing the students to attend classes in series of trailers on school ground. A new school will be ready for the 1,450 students by 2015-2016 school year.
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  • Louisa County High School was destroyed in an earthquake in 2011, forcing the students to attend classes in series of trailers on school ground. A new school will be ready for the 1,450 students by 2015-2016 school year.
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  • Louisa County High School was destroyed in an earthquake in 2011, forcing the students to attend classes in series of trailers on school ground. A new school will be ready for the 1,450 students by 2015-2016 school year.
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  • Doug Straley, Assistant Superintendent of Louisa County Schools, said no sexting occured during school because they have a strict policy of not allowing cell phones to be on while students are in class.
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  • Louisa County High School was destroyed in an earthquake in 2011, forcing the students to attend classes in series of trailers on school ground. A new school will be ready for the 1,450 students by 2015-2016 school year.
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  • Cpl. Rob Sarnoski, the Lousia County High School school resource officer, talks to a sophomore english class about some of the rumors about the sexting scandal from the previous year.
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  • Cpl. Rob Sarnoski, the Lousia County High School school resource officer, talks to a sophomore english class about some of the rumors about the sexting scandal from the previous year.
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  • Louisa County High School was destroyed in an earthquake in 2011, forcing the students to attend classes in series of trailers on school ground. A new school will be ready for the 1,450 students by 2015-2016 school year.
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  • The Louisa County Sheriff's Office found that the sexting not only was coming from students in High School, but reached into the middle school.
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  • Students wait outside a classroom between periods at Louisa County High School.
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  • A statue sits nesled in the bushes along a county road in Louisa, Va.
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  • Scrappy, a mutt,  howls from the top of his house in Mineral, Va. part of Louisa County. The small county, with a population of about 35,000, is situated between Charlottesvill and Richmond.
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  • A county park with a mural of an old train station in Mineral, Va., part of Lousia County. The small county, with a population of about 35,000, is situated between Charlottesvill and Richmond.
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