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Cross dressing man charged with indecency with child

Sergio Antonio Galicia-Orozco. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail. Sergio Antonio Galicia-Orozco. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail.
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LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - Longview police arrest an illegal immigrant in a sting operation on charges of indecency with a child and online solicitation.

Longview police Cyber-Crimes Division set up the sting after a 15-year-old boy told police that an adult, later identified as Sergio Antonio Galacia-Orozco, touched him inappropriately.

Police say the incident occurred Sunday in the 1400 block of Lazy Lane, after the victim said he was approached by Orozco, who was dressed as a woman.

The victim reported that he had been walking in the roadway when the adult female suspect approached him and touched his stomach and then reached down his shorts.

Orozco gave the boy his phone number and said his name was "La Chica."

The following day investigators made contact with Orozco through text messages.

Police say Orozco made arrangements to meet with the 15-year-old victim to engage in sexual contact, and arranged to meet him in the 2600 block of Bill Owens Parkway, where Orozco was then arrested.

Orozco remains jailed on bonds totaling $40,000, charged with indecency with a child and online solicitation of a minor, and was also placed on an immigration detainer.

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