A Denver radio personality was arrested Tuesday for allegedly using the Internet to lure a child into a sexual relationship.
Scott Cortelyou, 53, of Conifer, Colo. is being held on $100,000 bond for the alleged Internet luring of a child and Internet exploitation of a child, both Class 4 felonies.
The arrest came after a six-month cooperative investigation that involved Fort Collins Police Services and the Jefferson County District Attorney’s office.
FCPS arrested Cortelyou at the radio station where he worked Tuesday morning, according to the press release.
Cortelyou co-hosted “Business for Breakfast,” a morning business talk show at KRCN radio in Lakewood.
Cortelyou, a financial expert, formerly worked as reporter and business editor for KOA and KHOW AM radio stations in Denver.
No more details have been released, as the investigation is still ongoing.
The Jefferson County DA’s office has a special Internet Investigations division devoted to tracking down sexual predators who contact children over the Web.