Police: Slidell man used profile to lure teen
SLIDELL - A 41-year-old man faces felony charges after police say he engaged in a sexual relationship with a teenager he met online.
Slidell Police say Wilmer Segue met the 15-year-old in January through the Facebook account for his alleged online bakery business.
The teen's mother contacted police after intercepting messages exchanged between her daughter and Segue.
Investigators say Segue began stalking the teen, after she stopped communicating with him.
Police arrested Segue last Thursday when they found him sitting in front of the victim's home.
He was booked into St. Tammany Jail on a $175,000 bond.
Authorities believe there may be other victims and are asking parents to check their children's Facebook accounts for a friend named "J's Cakes N More".
If you believe Segue has contacted your child, contact Detective Brian Brown at 985-646-4362 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police say they recently arrested 38-year-old Michael Fauver for trying to solicit what he thought was a 14-year-old on Facebook.
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