Fredrick Charles Day, was sentenced to 25 years in the Montana State Prison, with 20 years suspended. (MTN News photo)

Fredrick Charles Day,  was sentenced to 25 years in the Montana State Prison, with 20 years suspended. (MTN News photo)
Fredrick Charles Day, was sentenced to 25 years in the Montana State Prison, with 20 years suspended. (MTN News photo)

(MTN News-GREAT FALLS) Fredrick Charles Day was sentenced to 25 years in the Montana State Prison, with 20 years suspended.

He was arrested as part of a 2014 sting operation by the Internet Crimes against Children Task Force also known as ICAC.

The day was the last of three men sentenced from the 2014 sting.

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Officers posted an online ad for an escort service called, “Barely Legal 18.”

Respondents of the ad were told there were no 18-year-olds available, and but they had the option to of having sex with a 15-year-old or a 12-year-old.

Officers then arranged a meeting at a Great Fall motel, where Day met with an undercover officer.

Once money exchanged hands, he was detained by Great Falls Police.

 

Reporter: Margaret DeMarco

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