Documents reveal details of child luring allegations

CBC News has obtained court documents that detail the allegations against a couple from Glovertown who are facing multiple charges of child luring.

CBC News has obtained court documents that detail allegations against a couple from Glovertown who are facing multiple charges of child luring involving four teenage girls.

Lawrence Oram and Cora Lee Chicoine appeared in court on Tuesday. (CBC )
Lawrence Oram, 35, and Cora Lee Chicoine, 22, each appeared briefly before a judge in Gander on Tuesday.

The police search warrant that was obtained by CBC News reveals the extensive allegations that led to the criminal charges.

None of the allegations have been proven in court.

The warrant says the RCMP investigation began Nov. 1, when a parent of one of the girls approached police.

In her police statement, the girl alleged that Chicoine sent her a Facebook message a few months prior, asking for a threesome with Oram.

The girl's statement said Oram also requested a threesome over Facebook, and sent the girl a picture of his penis.

The warrant states that three other girls also gave statements to police alleging that they received sexually explicit text and Facebook messages with multiple requests for threesomes.

They also said they were sent naked photos from the couple, some detailing sexual acts.

One of the girls alleged that she went to Oram's house and that he put his hands all over her. The teenager claims that when she tried to push him away, Oram pulled her closer and kissed her.

When police searched the couple's home in Glovertown on Nov. 7, they seized a laptop, cellphones, a flash drive, and a memory card.

The two were arrested and released on bail the following day.

Chicoine is facing two counts of luring children under the age of 16, and two counts of invitation to sexual touching.

Oram was charged with two counts of child luring, as well as counts of invitation to sexual touching, assault, and sexual assault.

They're due back in court March 4.

The RCMP also said more charges may be laid.