A family of 40-year-old men charged with the temptation of a child involving a teenager in Edmonton issued a statement on Tuesday.
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In an email to Global News, Noah Madrano's sister shared a comment on behalf of her family.
"Our words do not relieve the trauma that the young victims and their families have endured.
" If there were such words, I We will provide them with all the sadness and suffering that fills their hearts.
"Our greatest hope is that this young man and his family will be healed through a combination of time, support and love.
"We love Noah unconditionally. This includes loving Noah through the most unthinkable acts. Our love is , We do not mean to tolerate, excuse, or minimize these actions — eagerly, we do not.
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"There is no excuse to harm your child. Please respect your privacy so that you can start processing these events."
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Edmonton's teenagers were last seen around 8:30 am on Friday, June 24, in the area of 131 Avenue and 91 Street next to Killerney Middle School.
Edmonton police said she was found in Oregon on the morning of July 2, and a man was tempted by a child. He said he was arrested.
Police believe the two met online.
Oregon City, Madrano "On July 2, 2022, Oregon City Police and the Federal Investigative Service were jointly detained in Oregon City, according to the District Attorney's Office of Krakamas County.
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"The alleged victim was with Mr. Maldano."
District Attorney Chris Owen said Madrano was detained in Krakamas County Jail in the afternoon. He said he would be prosecuted at 2 o'clock. Tuesday.
He "appears in court for felony charges accusing him of a second kidnapping, a second rape, and a first sexual abuse.
" The federal government has also been prosecuted. That is our understanding, and we will continue to work with our federal partners to determine the appropriate policy for this prosecution, "Owen added.
Several organizations participated in the investigation, including ALERT (Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team), the Alberta Northern Internet Child Exploitation Unit, the Oregon City Police Department, and the FBI.
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