Los Alamos Police Partner With ICAC Special Agents to Apprehend Man Suspected of Crimes Against Children

Christopher W. Davis. Courtesy/LAPD


Los Alamos police officers assisted special agents from the Attorney General’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children’s (ICAC) Task Force Tuesday after New Mexico special agents were alerted to a suspect in Los Alamos County who had been sending lewd photographs to a 14-year-old girl in Anoka County in Minnesota.

ICAC Special Agents and Los Alamos Police executed a search warrant Tuesday at a White Rock residence where the suspect, Christopher W. Davis, 21, of Los Alamos was residing. During the execution of the search warrant and further investigation, it was determined that Davis also was engaged in criminal sexual acts in Los Alamos County. He was arrested Tuesday and is being housed in the Los Alamos County Jail.

Police have charged Davis with four counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor, criminal sexual communication with a child, child solicitation by electronic device and sexual exploitation of a child (manufacturing).

The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office also has an active criminal summons out on Davis.

The Los Alamos Police Department is a partner of the ICAC Task Force and has assisted and taken over cases referred by the Attorney General’s office.

Anyone with information relating to these crimes or this suspect is encouraged to contact the Los Alamos Police Department at 505.662.8222 or Crimestoppers at 505.662.8282. (Caller may remain anonymous.)


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