Christopher Brian McGee, using the screen name “horngogg69761,” allegedly used an Internet chat room to approach an undercover agent who was using the online profile of a 13-year old girl, telling her that she looked “awesome” and expressing a desire to send her photos that were not “g rated.”
According to the criminal complaint, McGee included a photo of a penis in his instant message window during a subsequent online chat, and later sent a webcam video that showed him nude and masturbating in front of his computer. McGee also allegedly expressed a desire to meet the girl for sex, but cautioned that any meeting would “have to be a secret.”
Corbett noted that McGee allegedly used unsecure wireless Internet connections in his neighborhood to conduct his online conversations with the “girl.” He urged all Internet users who have wireless connections as part of their home networks to use passwords and other security features to prevent unauthorized access.
McGee was arrested at his home on June 3rd by agents from the Child Predator Unit, who were assisted by officers from the Fairless Hills Police Department.
McGee is charged with three counts of unlawful contact with a minor and one count of criminal use of a computer, all third-degree felonies which are each punishable by up to seven years in prison and $15,000 in fines.
McGee was preliminarily arraigned before Fallsington Magisterial District Judge Jan Vislosky and lodged in the Bucks County Jail in lieu of $950,000 bail, awaiting a preliminary hearing.
Each count is punishable by up to 7 years in prison and a $15,000 dollar fine.