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Allegedly Tried To Lure Boy Using Internet

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A Bridgeport man has pleaded guilty to trying to coax a 13-year-old boy he met on the Internet to have sex with him.

Charles Taylor, 57, pleaded guilty in Bridgeport Superior Court Wednesday to one count of attempted risk of injury to a minor, the Connecticut Post reported.

Taylor contacted the Stratford boy in an Internet chat room and misrepresented his age. He also met the teen in a Stratford, Conn., school parking lot, but no sexual acts were performed, police said. He had several sexually explicit conversations with the youth on the computer and telephone between April and June 2002, police said.

Taylor was arrested at his home in June 2002. Police said that they recovered photographs of another boy and found a young boy's underwear and bathing suit on the apartment floor.

The mother of the Stratford boy alerted police in April 2002 when he received a letter from Taylor with $20 and a note. The previous week, she said she overheard a sexually explicit phone conversation between the boy and an adult male who was later identified as Taylor, police said.

Supervisory Assistant State's Attorney John Smriga said he would recommend Taylor serve 3 ½ years in prison when he is sentenced Dec. 19. The victim and his family are satisfied with the plea bargain, he said.

Story originally published by www.nbc30.com

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