Detective posing online as a teen girl leads to sex charge against Apex man

From staff reportsFebruary 12, 2013 

Jorge Iser


— A 22-year-old man from Apex is facing a charge of soliciting a child by computer for sex after being caught in a trap set by a Wake Forest police detective posing as a 13-year-old girl online, according to a search warrant revealed Monday.

Police charged Jorge Iser of 307 Stonecreek Drive in Apex when, they said, he came to a park in Wake Forest to meet up with someone he thought was named Heather.

In the search warrant returned to Wake County Court, Det. K.C. Warren laid out how Iser contacted “Heather” with an instant message through the Yahoo website on Feb. 6.

The warrant allowed authorities to seize four laptop computers from Iser’s home the night they arrested him.

Using the name Cubanoj43, Warren told a magistrate in seeking the warrant, Iser had described what he would do to “Heather” and showed her a lewd picture on his webcam.

“Heather” agreed to meet Cubanoj43 at a park on South Main Street in Wake Forest.

Iser was charged with solicitation of a child by computer to commit an unlawful sex act, a felony.

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