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2 local men snared in Web teen-sex sting

A Quakertown man and a Cherry Hill man have been arrested on charges of using the Internet to send sexually explicit webcam videos to what they believed were 13- and 14-year-old girls, Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett said today.

2 local men snared in Web teen-sex sting

A Quakertown man and a Cherry Hill man have been arrested on charges of using the Internet to send sexually explicit webcam videos to what they believed were 13- and 14-year-old girls, Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett said today.

He said the “girls” were actually undercover agents from the Child Predator Unit who were using the online profiles of children.


The defendants were identified as David Luke Arrowood, 27, of Rock Hill Road, Quakertown, and Robert George Feudo, 49, of South Birchwood Park Drive, Cherry Hill. Corbett said both men used Internet chat rooms to contact and sexually proposition what they believed were young girls.
 

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