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News Release
Vancouver man arrested on child pornography charges - 11/30/18

Vancouver, Wash. – Recently the Vancouver Police Department, as part of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, received a cyber tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding a Vancouver IP address that was believed to be accessing child pornography.  

Detectives from the Vancouver Police Digital Evidence Cybercrime Unit investigated the tip and on November 29, 2018 contacted Bradley Lebow, 31, of Vancouver, and executed a search warrant on his residence.

Lebow was arrested for five counts of Possession of Child Pornography I and five counts of Possession of Child Pornography II and was booked into the Clark County Jail.

Lebow has been a volunteer with the Vancouver Police Department N.O.W. (Neighbors On Watch) program since 2014.  He has been placed on suspended status in connection with this investigation.

The investigation is ongoing and nothing further is releasable at this time. 




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