ARNOLD, Md. - The online news editor for an Annapolis newspaper has been charged with soliciting sex from someone he thought was an adolescent girl.
George "Nick" Lundskow, the interactive media editor for The Capital, was charged in Pennsylvania on Friday.
Authorities say Lundskow tried to arrange sex with an undercover special agent posing in an Internet chat room as a 14-year-old girl. Authorities accuse Lundskow of using a webcam to send pictures exposing himself.
A phone message left at Lundskow's home wasn't immediately returned Saturday. Online court records don't list a lawyer for him.
The Capital Gazette says Lundskow has worked for the newspaper for about 25 years, including as Internet director, page designer and photographer.
Capital Editor Steve Gunn called the charges serious but said the newspaper would have no comment.
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