Anchorage police fear registered sex offender may have victimized other children
Anchorage detectives fear a man who was arrested for two counts of attempted sexual abuse of a minor “may have victimized other children.”
On June 15, 30-year-old Christopher J. Mosely drove to a Mountain View apartment complex where he “enticed” a 7-year-old and a 9-year-old into a laundry room, according to a release from the Anchorage Police Department.
“Mosely had one of the girls lay down in the laundry room before the child’s grandmother intervened,” the APD release says.
Mosely, who APD says is a registered sex offender, told the girls’ grandmother that he’d been hired to fix the washing machines and needed the girls’ help moving them. After checking with building maintenance, the girls’ grandmother confirmed that was false.
Police say Mosely fled in his vehicle, but the grandmother recorded his license plate. He was arrested is currently in custody at the Anchorage Jail, where bail was set at $100,000.
Mosely was previously convicted for sexual abuse of a minor in a 2011 arrest. Police say he enticed a child to assist him in moving a mattress at a hotel where he worked. He then sexually assaulted her, APD says.
“Detectives fear Mosely may have victimized other children that police are unaware of,” the release continues, urging anyone who believes their child may have been a victim to call APD at 786-8900.
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