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In Jamestown, an Oregon Man Was Arrested for Having an Inappropriate Relationship With a Teen
Oregon Man Was Arrested: According to the Jamestown Police Department, an Oregon man was detained in Jamestown on New Year’s Eve and is awaiting formal charges in connection with se*ual encounters he had with a minor. Sean Michael Turner, 34, of Medford, Oregon, is being held at the Stutsman County Correctional Center. On Tuesday, Jan. 3, the Jamestown Police Department announced that it had responded to a hotel in southwest Jamestown shortly before 6:30 a.m. on December 31 to investigate a report of a missing child.
Oregon Man Was Arrested In Jamestown For Having An Improper Relation With A Teenager
The police discovered the child in the hotel. According to the investigation, Turner flew from Medford to Fargo before renting a U-Haul and driving to Jamestown.
According to the police, Turner had intercourse with the child at the hotel. According to the Jamestown Police Department, an investigation revealed that over the period of several months, Turner provided the child with nude pictures and films of himself and that he also got nude pictures and videos of the child.
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Turner was arrested for indecent exposure, computer or other electronic enticements of a child, corruption or solicitation of a minor, and possession of prohibited items. He is currently being held at the Stutsman County Correctional Center.
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