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North Versailles man allegedly exchanged sexual messages, chats with 15-year-old

| Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, 2:24 p.m.

A North Versailles man is facing five felonies over sexual messages and video chats he allegedly exchanged with a 15-year-old girl.

Jordy V. Nchami, 22, was arrested in July by Allegheny County police after detectives allegedly learned he had been messaging the girl.

Magisterial District Judge Anthony DeLuca waived Nchami’s case to the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas on Oct. 1.

According to the criminal complaint, a 15-year-old girl from Wilkinsburg met Nchami at a Walmart in North Versailles in December. The minor, identified as Jane Doe in the criminal complaint, said Nchami told her he was 16 when they met.

“Jane Doe said Jordy asked if she had Facebook, and she provided him with her Facebook account name,” wrote Michael Kuma, the arresting officer, in the criminal complaint.

A few hours later, Nchami sent the girl a message through the social media app, and they continued to communicate for a month, authorities said.

“(Nchami) told her that he wanted to have sex with her and asked for her address to come have sex with her,” Kuma wrote. “Doe did not provide him with her address.”

Doe eventually sent Nchami two photos of her exposed butt through the messaging app, after Nchami allegedly “begged” her for them, according to the complaint. When the girl accepted a video chat request from Nchami, he exposed himself to her, and she ended the chat immediately, police allege.

Nchami’s next court appearance is Nov. 15 at the courthouse in Pittsburgh’s Downtown.

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