Cops say Oklahoma man went to AC for sex with young girls
An Oklahoma man has been indicted by a grand jury for traveling from Oklahoma to New Jersey “to meet two men who offered him access to two underage girls for sexual purposes.”
State Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said the man actually had dealings with the New Jersey State Secret Police and members of the US Homeland Security.
Aaron D. Craig, 34, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has been charged with these charges:
- Conspiracy to commit human trafficking (1st degree)
- Attract / seduce a child (2nd degree)
- Attempted aggravated sexual assault (two counts, 2nd degree)
- Attempt to alter or depreciate the morale of a child (two counts, 3rd degree)
- Distribution of child sexual abuse material (2nd degree)
- Possession of child sexual abuse material (3rd degree)
The attorney general’s office said Craiger was arrested on March 18 at a motel in Atlantic City, where he was staying after traveling by bus from Oklahoma. “He reportedly planned to meet the two men that day so that he could sexually assault the underage victims. Craiger allegedly believed that one of the men would bring his 12-year-old daughter for sex, and the second man would bring the 11 of his girlfriend, a one-year-old daughter. Craiger had condoms with him, as well as a small amount of marijuana, which he reportedly wanted to smoke with the girls. In texting with the plainclothes detectives, Craiger reportedly detailed the sexual acts he wanted to commit. He reportedly sent them child sexual abuse material, and child sexual abuse material was found on his phone when he was arrested. “
New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick J. Callahan said: “Craiger reportedly went to great lengths to sexually assault two young girls, but law enforcement will go further to apprehend dangerous predatory children and ensure they are held accountable for their crimes. We remain committed to working with our partners in law enforcement, educational institutions and our communities to protect New Jersey children. “
SOURCE: Office of the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey
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