Jackson, NJ man charged in attempted child luring on Halloween weekend
As a result of public tips, an arrest was made in the reported attempted luring of a teen girl on Halloween weekend.
Acting on some tips, officers responded to a home on Citadel Drive in Jackson and positively identified the suspect's vehicle from the incident.
A detective eventually identified 39-year-old Francisco Rosales-Flores, of Jackson, as the driver in the incident reported by the child.
On Saturday, Oct. 30, a vehicle drove past the 13-year-old girl on Pitney Lane . The girl said the vehicle slowed down and the driver asked her, "Are you cold? I can give you a ride. Get in my car."
The teen, who used her cell phone to record the vehicle, ran to the nearest house. The driver drove off, headed towards East Veterans Highway.
Rosales-Flores was charged with second-degree luring and taken to Ocean County Jail.
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