LAKEWOOD — Video taken by a 16-year-old teen during an alleged luring incident shows Julio Anchia trying to get her to "go around the block" with him.

Police Capt. Greg Staffordsmith said Anchia, 40, approached the teen in the parking lot of the Highpoint condominium complex on Prospect Street on March 31. He grew "more and more insistent" that she get in his car, officials said.

Investigators were eventually able to identify Anchia, who turned himself into police on Sunday.

Staffordsmith confirmed that video posted by NBC 4 New York and The Lakewood Scoop is Anchia.

In the clips shown on NBC 4 New York, Anchia tells her that "all the kids do crazy stuff," to which she responds "not me."  He offers the her $100 for “maybe 10 minutes to go around the block.”

"I want to take your clothes off. Touch, feel a little bit, your beautiful body. Just something quick and crazy," to which she responds, "No. I'm good."

The girl in The Scoop footage turns down his advances because he is a stranger, she said. He introduces himself as “Julio. Like Julio Iglesias” and asks her to do “something crazy” and “real quick” in the car.

"We're not going to have sex or anything just play around," Anchia says.

"No I'm good," the girl says.

Anchia was charged with second-degree attempted luring, second-degree attempted sexual assault and third-degree endangering the welfare of a child and remained in the Ocean County Jail as of Tuesday afternoon.

New Jersey 101.5 did not know Monday whether Anchia had an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

The age of consent in New Jersey is 16 but adults can still be charged with child endangerment or other sex offenses in certain circumstances involving victims younger than 18 or

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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