NJ man runs afoul of child-sex and gun-control laws, cops say
WESTAMPTON — A man who thought he was messaging with a 14-year-old girl was arrested Tuesday at his Burlington County home, where cops also found an illegal a firearms silencer and a large capacity magazine, prosecutors said.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office said they moved in for the arrest of Karl Vogt, 36, of Westampton, after a month-long investigation.
Investigators said he discussed meeting with who he believed was a high school girl from Monmouth County for sexual activity.
The weaponry was found during a search of his Rancocas Road, police said.
Prosecutors did not disclose how they became involved in the case.
Vogt was charged with second-degree luring, second-degree debauching the morals of a child, fourth-degree possession of a prohibited firearms silencer, and fourth-degree possession of prohibited large-capacity magazine.
Anyone with additional information about this case is asked to contact the Prosecutor’s Office at 1-800-533-7443.
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