5 males arrested for making an attempt to satisfy ladies underneath 16 for intercourse, police say – WSB-TV Channel 2
WOODSTOCK, Georgia – Police have arrested five men who allegedly tried to meet girls under the age of 16 for sex.
The GBI Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force assisted Woodstock Police with the week-long covert chat operation that targeted online predators. All five men were arrested after speaking to someone they believed was an underage girl and then showing up in an undisclosed location to have sex.
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Several other people chatted online with what they believed was a young girl. The police are also planning to obtain arrest warrants for these suspects. Their identities have not been made public.
The arrested men are
David Lara, 30, from Canton, was arrested for leading a child into an indecent act, a criminal attempt at child abuse and a criminal attempt at serious child abuse.
Tagboo Nkemakonam Ezenwa, 28, of Lithia Springs, was arrested for child exploitation, the criminal attempt to abuse children, and the criminal attempt to lure a child for indecent purposes.
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Ethan Leo Amuer, 20, of Alpharetta, was arrested for the sexual exploitation of a child, the criminal attempt of child abuse and the criminal attempt of sodomy.
Mark Allen Blanton, 57, of Woodstock, was arrested for exploiting computer children.
Nicholas Dominguez, 24, from Canton, was arrested for child computer exploitation and the criminal attempt at child abuse.
Citizens are encouraged to use the Cybertip Line, a national reporting mechanism for cases of sexual exploitation of children. Reports can be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week online at www.cybertipline.com or by telephone at 1-800-843-5678.
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