A Hartford man who is accused of luring a 12-year-old girl into having sex faced a judge on Wednesday.
Police said Mijael L. Fabian, 24, used an application called KIK Messenger to entice the unidentified victim. Then police said Fabian had inappropriate sexual contact with the victim.
KIK is an instant message service that can be used to share pictures, according to its download pages in the iTunes and Google Play stores. The app is also used for free texting.
Police found sexual chats between Fabian and the girl "about taking their clothes off and having sex," according to court documents.
Police said Fabian drove his mother's car to the girl's house in Glastonbury where he parked in the driveway and that he "touched the juvenile victim's breasts with his hands while laying down in the back of the car," according to court documents.
The girl's mother found inappropriate pictures on her daughter's phone. Fabian was arrested on Feb. 9.
Fabian was charged with three counts of risk of injury to a minor, fourth-degree sexual assault and enticing a minor into sexual activity.
Fabian was arraigned in Manchester Superior Court Wednesday morning.
Police said there are many ways parents can protect their children. Many phones and tablets have restriction settings, and police said it's important to use them.
Police also stated parents should make sure to monitor their child's activity.
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