COQUILLE —A Myrtle Point man is being charged as an online sexual predator. Again.
Chris Michael Gannon entered a not guilty plea Monday on charges of second-degree sexual abuse, online sexual corruption of a child and contributing to the sexual delinquency of a child.
Gannon faced charges of third-degree rape and online sexual corruption of a child in 2012, but the charges were dismissed.
He will next be in court June 3. In the meantime, he is forbidden to have contact with the alleged victim or anyone under age 18.
Deputy District Attorney Sarah Lundstedt requested that Gannon not be allowed to use smart phones or the Internet, but judge Michael J. Gillespie declined.