Aurora man charged with child enticement in Connecticut

If convicted, Smith faces at least 10 years in prison and as much as life in prison, prosecutors said.

AURORA | An Aurora man has been charged in Connecticut with enticement of a minor and could face at least a decade in prison if convicted, federal prosecutors said.

Nathaniel Smith, 29, was arrested in January and accused of using a cell phone and messaging and video-chatting services to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity, prosecutors said.

A federal grand jury later indicted him on one count of enticement of a minor, according to a statement from the United States Department of Justice.

If convicted, Smith faces at least 10 years in prison and as much as life in prison, prosecutors said.

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