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Alpena Man Arrested Accused of Demanding Girl Bizarre Tasks

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Police arrested a man for some bizarre demands involving a young girl online.

Alpena Police got a call from investigators out of state, saying the man asked an 11-year-old girl to take off her clothes during a video chat, then to kill herself.

The girl lives in Pennington County, South Dakota, and police there figured out the suspect lived in Alpena.

Police searched the man's home and took some evidence with them.

The case now goes to the prosecutor. If the suspect is convicted, the suspect must take an HIV/STD test and register as a Tier II sex offender and spend up to 4 years in prison.

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