Pulaski County Man Accused Of 'Sexting' Young Girl

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 1/21/2013 9:40 pm
The Pulaski County Sheriff said Gregory E. White, 26, of Somerset, is accused of sending a picture of his genitals and other explicit text messages to the cell phone of a 12-year old girl.

Investigators said the girl's father discovered the messages and took the cell phone to law enforcement officials, which led to White's arrest.

White was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center.  Investigators said he was charged with using electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual activities.
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