Linley Benson Lemburg initially was taken to sheriff’s office headquarters, where his fingerprints were compared to prints taken when he enlisted. Military officials then took him to MacDill in Tampa for further investigation.
Linley Benson Lemburg initially was taken to sheriff’s office headquarters, where his fingerprints were compared to prints taken when he enlisted. Military officials then took him to MacDill in Tampa for further investigation. Bay News 9 file photo
Linley Benson Lemburg initially was taken to sheriff’s office headquarters, where his fingerprints were compared to prints taken when he enlisted. Military officials then took him to MacDill in Tampa for further investigation. Bay News 9 file photo

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