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Anchorage Man Sentenced for Online Enticement of a Minor

March 15, 2018

(Anchorage, AK) – Fue Lor, 26, was sentenced today before Judge Michael Corey in the Anchorage Superior Court after pleading guilty to a single count of Attempted Online Enticement of a Minor. Per an agreement with the State, Judge Corey sentenced Lor to ­­­­four years in custody and two years suspended with five years of supervised felony probation. Lor will also be required to register as a sex offender for 15 years.

Lor’s arrest in April 2017 was the result of a collaborative effort on the part of the Cyber Crimes Unit of the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force. In March 2017, an undercover Cyber Crimes Unit detective, posted an ad on a website asking for “help” with his “little cousins” that recently arrived in Anchorage who were described as “nympos.”[sic] The ad stated the fictitious female minors were “clean petite and young.” A man, later identified as Lor, responded to the ad inquiring about the “fee” and the type of sex acts that would be involved. The undercover detective informed Lor that the fictitious “girls” were aged 14 and 13 years old. The detective provided Lor with prices for the various sex acts Lor stated he wanted performed by the girls.   

On April 26, 2017 Lor agreed to meet the undercover detective at a hotel for the purposes of having sex with the “girls.” Lor was taken into custody at the hotel by local and federal law enforcement who were conducting surveillance on the area. Lor was searched and had condoms and cash in his possession.

Lor spoke briefly at the sentencing stating, “I’m sorry to commit a horrible crime, I don’t blame anyone but myself.”

According to Assistant Attorney General Thomas Aliberti, “These proactive operations are resource intensive including surveillance, and digital forensics.  We are extremely fortunate in Alaska that there are strong working relationships between local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies that collaborate to hold predators accountable.”

CONTACT: Assistant Attorney General Thomas Aliberti @ (907) 269-6339 or thomas.aliberti@alaska.gov.

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