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Behind the veil

An update on computer child sex crime arrests

6:38 AM, Jul. 24, 2013
The Door County Sheriff's Department in conjunction with the Department of Justice and law enforcement agencies staged an Internet Crimes Against Children operation in March. Door County Sheriff's jailer Molly Thornton, left, investigators Jim Valley and Chris Neuville review information gathered during the day. Also pictured is Sheriff's Lt. Jeff Farley.
The Door County Sheriff's Department in conjunction with the Department of Justice and law enforcement agencies staged an Internet Crimes Against Children operation in March. Door County Sheriff's jailer Molly Thornton, left, investigators Jim Valley and Chris Neuville review information gathered during the day. Also pictured is Sheriff's Lt. Jeff Farley.
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The cases for 16 of the 17 men arrested during a three-day, statewide Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) operation headed by the Door County Sheriff's Department continue to progress slowly through the court system.

The sheriff's department along with the Department of Justice's Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) and a number of other law enforcement agencies around the state worked together March 12-14 on the large-scale ICAC investigation, dubbed Operation Black Veil, which resulted in the arrests of 17 men.

At the command center in Door County, two groups of officers ...

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