Former Owl City musician gets probation in underage sex case

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A former touring member of the popular music act Owl City pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation for engaging in a lewd act with an underage girl in Atlantic City, the county prosecutor said Thursday.



Daniel P. Jorgensen, 32, pleaded guilty on July 10 before Atlantic County Superior Court Judge Michael J. Blee to fourth degree lewdness with a child and was sentenced to two years probation to be served in Jorgensen’s hometown of Minneapolis, Minn., Jorgensen also was ordered to submit fingerprints and a DNA sample.

Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner said Jorgensen admitted that he exposed himself to a girl under the age of 13 in August 2013.





Jorgensen was indicted in 2015 on charges relating to attempting to lure the girl girl for sex and engaging in criminal sexual contact with her on an Atlantic City beach.

He toured as a musician with Owl City, a solo-recording project created by singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist Adam Young.

Jorgensen was terminated from Owl City in 2013 after the allegations surfaced.






















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