SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — Police try to establish extra doable victims of a San Mateo man they mentioned posed on-line as a teenage lady on Instagram to solicit sexual images and movies from teenage boys.
Police say 29-year-old San Mateo resident Wai Equipment Ching, aka Raymond Ching, portrayed himself as a 15-year-old lady utilizing the title Alicia Harris since at the very least 2018 to work together with tons of of boys, largely in the US and Europe, “for the aim of soliciting images of theirgenitalia and movies of them masturbating for his personal sexual gratification.”
San Mateo detective started an investigation after being contacted by the Eden Prairie Police Division in Minnesota, which was investigating inappropriate on-line contact with a minor that was traced to Ching.
Detectives, assisted by the Web Crimes In opposition to Youngsters Process Power and Homeland Safety Investigations, served a search warrant at
Ching’s residence within the 4300 block of Camden Avenue.
Ching, described as a Chinese language nationwide, confessed and was arrested, police mentioned.
He was arraigned Thursday on seven counts of lewd or lascivious acts with a toddler beneath 14, eight counts of contacting a minor with intent to commit a felony, one depend of possession of kid pornography, and 7 enhancements of the one strike regulation for intercourse offenses, in line with the division.
Police mentioned Ching focused white juvenile males ages of 12 to fifteen with blonde or gentle brown hair, utilizing the title Alicia Harris and the
Instagram handles @alchas04 and @alchas04_priv.
Additionally they mentioned that Ching could have invited a San Mateo juvenile male into his residence final December and January.
Police try to find out if there are extra juvenile victims and need to hear from anybody who had on-line or in-person contact with
@alchas04, @alchas04_priv, “Alicia Harris”, “Raymond Ching”, or Wai Equipment Ching.
The division mentioned the case “is evolving and entails a number of victims and jurisdictions.”
Anybody with info associated to the investigation is requested to contact Detective Sgt. Lee Violett at (650)522-7662 or firstname.lastname@example.org.