In May 2017, the FBI began sending agents to Danville, Kentucky, to work with the local sheriff’s office to build relationships with local citizens, and to gather information about the suspects, known as the “captives,” who had been held there for decades.
In August, the agency started sending agents again, this time to look into the case of a man known as “Cobie” for several months.
According to the Bureau’s initial investigation, Cobie had been arrested and charged with multiple crimes and had been charged with possessing and using child pornography.
A series of interviews with Cobie’s girlfriend, who lived in the same house as him, and with witnesses, led to the discovery that Cobie and his girlfriend had a child together.
During the investigation, agents discovered that Coby had had an extensive and extensive history of drug abuse, and that he was being groomed by an undercover FBI informant to take part in drug trafficking.
In the months after the investigation began, the agents began to hear from more people, including several who had spoken with Coby, and they began to find evidence linking Coby to the crimes he was charged with.
The FBI had identified a number of individuals in Danville who were willing to talk with the agents.
They even took a chance that the people they were talking to would be willing to come forward and tell the truth.
After three months of interviews, the Danville sheriff’s department agreed to cooperate with the FBI.
By September, when the Danesville Police Department released a list of eight men in custody and identified five of them as being known to the FBI, the case had been turned over to the Danesville Police Department for further investigation.
By October, the police department had agreed to hold Cobie accountable for the crimes of his life, and had offered him a reward for information leading to his arrest.
The Danville arrest story began in February 2017.
The investigation began in late April, when Cobie allegedly approached two men who were on a date and asked them to have sex with him.
The men were at a bar and Cobie told them to sit down and he would give them some money.
When they refused, Coby allegedly grabbed one of them and began to have sexual intercourse with him, but the men didn’t resist.
The other man, who was also drunk and high on marijuana, fled the scene and called police.
Cobie is said to have then returned to his house and raped a number a times, while also trying to seduce a woman he was meeting.
The man’s family eventually learned that Cobye had been dating a 16-year-old girl for months and had begun taking her to his home and using her as a sex slave.
Coby is charged with five counts of rape and one count of sodomy.
The first victim told investigators that Cobee had raped her multiple times between the ages of 16 and 17, and then he forced her to have oral sex with a man who later died of the injuries he sustained from the rapes.
She said that she tried to stop the abuse by telling Cobee that she was pregnant.
The second victim told police that she had consensual sex with Cobee between April and June, and later that same month she was sexually assaulted by him.
She later told the FBI that Coboe had told her that he had taken her to a house, and she had to go into the house and get something for him.
Cobee was arrested on June 4, and was being held at the Danbury Correctional Facility on $25,000 bail.
The following month, Cobee’s wife, a former school employee, contacted authorities and told them that Cobay had been abusing her for months.
The woman told authorities that Cobey had been harassing her and that Cobray had told his wife that he could kill her if she told anyone about what had happened.
She told investigators he had threatened to kill her and had forced her into a car.
The couple also told authorities Cobay’s sister told Cobay that Cobley had told him that she would have to kill Cobay if he ever left her.
On July 5, the family of Cobie reached out to the media and shared their story, and the Dansville Times ran an article with a photo of a crying Cobie in handcuffs.
A month later, in September, a news story from the Danburysville News reported that Cobry had been released from prison and was living in a halfway house, where he had been living with an inmate who had committed multiple sexual assaults on young women.
In a subsequent press release, the Times reported that a Danbury police officer had contacted the Dan Burysville Police Chief about Cobie.
The Chief was shocked and worried.
“I am extremely disappointed in the Danburg Police Department and the FBI and the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs,” Chief David