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Insurance rep charged with abusing minor

A 22-year-old Brookhaven resident has been charged with abuse of a minor and related offenses for allegedly performing oral sex on a 16-year-old boy he met on a SEPTA bus and offering him money for naked photos.

Insurance rep charged with abusing minor

Benjamin Feucht, who describes himself on LinkedIn as a State Farm insurance representative, has been charged with abuse of a minor and related offenses for allegedly performing oral sex on a 16-year-old boy he met on a SEPTA bus and offering him money for naked photos.

Feucht, 22, of Brookhaven, told Delaware County detectives that he initially asked the victim for pictures so he could sell them to another creepster he met on Craigslist who wanted to purchase young males' underwear as well, according to the criminal complaint. But Feucht, who said he performed oral sex on the victim once, also admitted that he wanted the photos for himself, the complaint states. He later called a detective and said he had video on his phone of the victim masturbating.

The investigation began earlier this month when the victim's father accessed the family's computer and found online chats between his son and Feucht.

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