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Man involved in Kewaunee County child enticement case sentenced

A child enticement case with Kewaunee County ties has concluded with a 45-year-old Virginia man going to prison for 20 years.


The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Wisconsin announced earlier this week that Stanley J. Seifert III was sentenced to 20 years of imprisonment, 20 years of supervised release, and a lifetime listing on the sex offender list after he pled guilty to child enticement and receiving child pornography.


It was the conclusion to a case spearheaded by the Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department with assistance from the Brown County Sheriff’s Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the Michigan State Police ICAC, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Green Bay. According to court records, Seifert struck up the relationship with the then 15-year-old girl through an online game platform. Investigators did not enter the fray until the girl’s mother caught her in the middle of a live video with Seifert performing sexually explicit acts. Seifert, who had moved to Wisconsin last July from Virginia for a job to be closer to the teen, was arrested in Michigan in September. He was charged with nearly 50 counts of various crimes related to child enticement, child pornography, and the solicitation of a minor.


In a release, Kewaunee County District Attorney Andrew Naze thanked all of the different law enforcement agencies that collaborated on the case, including the  Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Office and Investigator Ryan Vandermoss.

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