AG: accused man broke court order

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Public safety> LA resident Davis charged with sex crimes in 2014

The attorney general’s office recently filed a complaint in district court against Christopher Davis, 23, a Los Alamos suspect who’s accused of multiple sex crimes against minors.
The attorney general’s office is alleging that Davis, who was arrested in June 2014 broke his conditions of release when he accessed a computer to log onto the Internet, something he was not allowed to do under his order.
“On Aug. 21, 2014, the defendant was ordered to refrain from accessing the Internet,” a statement from the attorney general’s office read. “On July 10, 2015, the State of New Mexico received information that the defendant was accessing the Internet and engaging in social networking websites.” The statement did not elaborate further.
A hearing to decide his punishment will be held Sept. 2 at the Los Alamos Justice Center.
Davis was arrested June 17, 2014. He’s accused of having criminal sexual contact with two girls, who at the time were aged 13 and 14.
A few weeks before the arrest was made, the Los Alamos Police Department, along with the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office and its Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force opened up an investigation on Davis, triggered by a warrant for his arrest by the Anoka County, Minnesota, Sheriff’s Office.
The Anoka County Sheriff accused Davis of sending lewd photos to a 14-year-old girl via Internet who lives in Anoka County.
Upon further investigation by the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office and local police, it was discovered that Davis also allegedly “engaged in criminal sexual acts within Los Alamos County,” a statement in a LAPD press release said at the time.
According to police reports, Davis allegedly met the 13-year-old and the 14-year-old at a local concert and asked them if they wanted to “make out” at the Quemazon Trailhead. They agreed.
Davis continued to have contact with at least one of the victims through Skype and an anonymous texting service called “Whisper, where they would “role play” according to police.
Davis is being charged with four counts of criminal sexual penetration in the fourth degree (child 13 to 16), one count of criminal sexual communication with a child, one count of child solicitation by electronic communication device/meets with child (13 to 16) and one count of sexual exploitation of children under 18 — manufacturing visual media.
If convicted, Davis could face a maximum of 28-1/2 years in prison and up to $42,500 in fines.