Ottawa police say a man from Alberta faces several charges following an investigation into allegations of luring children while living in Ottawa.
In a statement, police said the Child Internet Exploitation Unit began investigating in March 2021. Pittsburgh law enforcement officials had informed Ottawa police that a man in Ottawa was suspected of communicating online with a child for sexual purposes between April and May 2020.
An arrest warrant for the whole of Canada was issued, and the man was arrested on November 5 in St. Louis. Albert, Alta. He appeared in court the next day, Ottawa police said.
Police believe there may be other victims and are urging anyone with information to report. The suspect was known to use screen names such as Lord Primus, Lord Primus2u and Dominusprimus2u, according to police.
Cyril Borle, 53, is charged with invitation to sexually assault a person under the age of 16, telecommunications with a person under the age of 18 and under the age of 16 for specific criminal acts, as well as possession of child pornography and making sexually explicit material available. to a minor.
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