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Canadian man charged with meeting Foster City girl for sex
May 01, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Adam Ouellette

A 26-year-old Canadian man accused of arranging a sexual encounter with a 16-year-old Foster City girl he met online was charged with several felonies for that alleged incident and reportedly possessing child pornography found after he posted bail.

Adam Robert Ouellette is charged with arranging to meet a minor for sex, communicating with a minor with the intent to commit a sexual offense, possessing child pornography and annoying a child under 18. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges and yesterday was to set a preliminary hearing date. Instead, his attorney, in Ouellette’s absence, simply set a review conference May 23 at which the hearing date may be scheduled.

Ouellette, of Calgary, Alberta, was arrested March 19 after arriving at San Francisco International Airport. He had allegedly been posing a 14-year-old boy online trying to meet teenage girls for sex. In an online chat with a 16-year-old Foster City girl, he allegedly admitted he was actually 26 and wanted to meet her at a hotel in San Francisco to “maybe cuddle ... maybe more,” according to prosecutors.

The girl contacted police who took over the conversation, posing as the girl, and worked out the details of their meeting under the guise of a business trip.

After Ouellette posted $120,000 bail, San Mateo police discovered child pornography on an electronic device he possessed. He was arrested at a relative’s San Diego home March 26.

 

 

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