Lebanon Police Say Two Men Charged With Attempted Sex Assault in Social Media Sting

  • Peter Florucci, left, and Edward Vasquez (Lebanon Police photographs)

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Lebanon — Lebanon police have arrested two men who they say attempted to meet up with juveniles for sex acts in the city.

Peter Florucci, 51, of Randolph, and Edward Vasquez, 37, of Lawrence, Mass., both allegedly used a computer to schedule a rendezvous with the juveniles, who were actually officers conducting an investigation into crimes against children, according to a news release.

Florucci allegedly arrived at an area park to meet who he thought was a juvenile on Tuesday, and Vasquez did the same at a shopping center in Lebanon today, the release states.

They both were arrested and charged with two felonies: certain uses of computer services prohibited and attempted felonious sexual assault.

They were held on $20,000 cash bail and are slated to be arraigned today in Grafton Superior Court.

Posted Wednesday at 11:25 a.m.