A New York man has been arrested on a warrant for allegedly forcing a Fairfield County teen into sending him nude photos of herself. Anthony Pangallo, age 37, of Rego Park, in Queens, was arrested on the warrant on Tuesday, May 25, by Westport Police for the incident which took place late last year. According to Westport Police Lieutenant David Wolf, in December, the department's detective bureau received a report of the possible exploitation of a local teenager. This individual, identified as Pangallo, persuaded the girl to send nude photos of herself to him, Wolf said. After a period of time passed, Pangallo allegedly told the teen that if she did not pay him a sum of money, he would put the pictures on social media.
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Andrew Ray Young, 33, is charged with five felony counts of possession of sexually exploitive material of a child and felony delivery of a controlled substance. In an interview with detectives, the victim said over the past year, she and Young had been communicating over Snapchat. Young developed a romantic relationship with the victim and a friendship with her mother. The victim and Young reportedly sent back and forth nude photographs. The victim said she was too scared to meet Young in person and had him leave the weed and drug paraphilia at the end of her street. The victim said she smoked the marijuana. On his electronic devices, investigators found 38 nude photos of the victim saved in a gallery. Evidence confirmed Young had allegedly been communicating with the victim.
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