Man charged over 20yo sex crime against two girls
Police have charg우리카지노ed a man over the attempted rape of two young girls who were targeted for their ages online in a series of suspected sexual assaults between 2013 and 2014.
The 17-year-old girls have been identified as Serenity and Anjana.
Detectives say the men 더킹카지노were allegedly using the girls’ names.
They’ve charged Daniel Stokes, 52, and are seeking to summons his children to appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court tomorrow.
They say they are not alleging criminal intent but will seek an order that they stop posting messages on MySpace and other social media sites.
Police say one of the girls is being monitored for cyberbullying.
They’ve also contacted the Department of Family and Community Services (DFCS) and are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever made the postings.
Acting Superint바카라endent Paul Leeming says the two young women were targeted for their ages when they were posted under the names “Ace of the Gods”.
“All three girls were posted as young as 15-16 years old under one username under a different alias,” he said.
“On the one occasion that this went wrong and they posted under different names with images of themselves with people who they believed were older, they were targeted by people online.
“The offenders used the internet with the children to make sexual comments to those children and used that to encourage others to post the same things to their parents and online users.”
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