Facebook Helps Lead KY Police to Fugitives in TX

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/18/2012 7:58 pm
Facebook helped police track down two Kentucky fugitives hiding out in Texas.

Jerry Lee Callahan and his wife Rebecca Callahan were wanted on rape, incest, sodomy and sexual abuse charges.

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says it took some digital detective work.

The couple was communicating with someone through facebook and police say IP addresses helped them in the case.

The Callahans are expected to be transported from Victoria, Texas back to Kentucky on Wednesday.
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