FBI, Beaverton police: Online chat led Washington man to local rendezvous
by: Submitted photo, Gregory C. Dolle of Granite Falls, Wash., faces federal charges in connection with his arrest Sunday for trying to lure what the thought were two girls he met online into a sexual rendezvous.

A 43-year-old Granite Falls, Wash., man was in federal court Monday afternoon after his arrest Sunday when FBI agents alleged he tried to lure two young girls he met online into a sexual rendezvous.

Gregory Charles Dolle was arrested without incident at about noon. He is appeared before a federal judge in the Mark O. Hatfield Courthouse.

Dolle used the screen name 'gcletus73' in an Internet chat room when he began corresponding with what he thought was a 14-year-old girl. The 'girl' and her 14-year-old friend were really an FBI agent aided by a Beaverton Police Department detective.

Dolle is a self-employed builder whose screen name is 'Cletus.' His Yahoo profile said Dolle was single 'and wanting not to be.'

It lists his age as 34 and said his hobbies include 'almost anything active.'

Dolle also listed among his many interests 'sex toys,' 'family affairs' and 'swing kids.'

A 'pet lovers personal' posted by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in January 2006 on the adult message board, said Cletus was looking for a 'girl' who was willing to relocate to Washington.

Granite Falls is northeast of Everett in Snohomish County.

During the recent chat room exchange, gcletus73 tried to arrange for sex with two 14-year-old girls. He traveled to the Portland area Sunday for the rendezvous and was arrested.

Beaverton police have worked with the FBI's task force as part of the Innocent Images National Initiative, which began in 1995 and cracks down on people who traffic in child pornography and use chat rooms to lure children for sexual encounters.

The task force also includes representatives from the Hillsboro Police Department and the Portland Police Bureau.

According to the FBI, each year about one in five children between 10 and 17 are solicited for sex on the Internet.

At any one time, the FBI has more than 2,400 active child sexual exploitation cases open.

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