After an Anchorage man was indicted by a grand jury Thursday on two dozen sex crimes, Anchorage Police are voicing concerns about the potential for more victims. 

Solomon Tomas James, 27, was indicted Thursday on nine counts of first-degree sexual assault, 10 counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, along with a few other charges. 

The Anchorage District Attorney's Office says the charges against James stem from alleged sexual misconduct committed between 2012 and 2017 against 12 victims. 

James was arrested Thursday night and bail was set at $250,000 cash appearance, $50,000 cash performance and electronic monitoring was ordered. 

James is one of the victims of Anya James, who was convicted of child endangerment last November related to an assault, kidnapping and child endangerment case involving several of Anya's foster children.

At her sentencing hearing, he said, "This state is messed up, the system is messed up, the fact that it took six-and-a-half years to even get here is messed up. There is no justice."

Anchorage Police believe there may be more victims out there. Anyone with information about this case, suspect or potential victims is asked to call investigators. 

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