A man from Mississippi has been arrested in Louisiana for making contact with a minor online for sexual purposes.
On May 1, the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office Cyber Unit in Louisiana lead an investigation into Chase Jordan, a 34-year-old man from Jackson.
Jordan had sent sexually explicit photos, attempted to set up a date, and planned a time to meet a minor in Louisiana.
According to authorities, the male sent the young victim numerous photos and videos of himself, and continued to make contact with the minor.
On Sunday, May 15, Jordan allegedly contacted the minor and made plans to meet with the minor for sexual purposes. After driving from Jackson, Miss. to meet the minor, Jordan was met by Concordia Parish Sheriff’s deputies in Vidalia, La.
Jordan was immediately arrested and taken into custody. He was charged with Computer-Aided Solicitation of a Minor Indecent Behavior with Juveniles.