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Two men charged in separate Internet luring cases

<p>Charges have been laid by the Calgary Police in two unrelated Internet luring cases in Calgary. The cases occurred on Nov. 27 and Dec. 8.</p>

Charges have been laid by the Calgary Police in two unrelated Internet luring cases in Calgary.


In the first case, on Nov. 27, the Calgary Police Service Child Abuse Unit and the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team arrested a man believed to be using the Internet name of “Noway”, after he was alleged to have had sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old girl after meeting her on an Internet chat site.


Max David Miller, 24 of Calgary, faces several sex-related charges.


On Dec. 8, the CPS Child Abuse Unit arrested another man in a separate case, police said.


It is alleged the man had sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl who he had met online. This man is believed to have been using the online identity of “9272” or “Keven” in relation to the incident, police said.


Kevin Andre Thomas, 27, of Calgary faces several charges in relation to the alleged incident.


The Calgary Police are asking anyone with further information on these incidents or others to contact them at 403-266-1234 or 403-206-8390.

 
 
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