Police said an Illinois man traded tattoos for sex with underage teens, and police are asking other victims to call them.
According to a press release from the Monroe County State's Attorney, Michael B. Stephens was charged with criminal sexual abuse after knowingly having sex with a victim between the ages of 13 and 17. A warrant for Stephens' arrest was issued on May 8, and he was taken into custody on by the Waterloo Police Department on May 19.
The State's Attorney's office said he preyed on children under the age of 18. The Waterloo Police Department is asking anyone who was victimized by or has any information about Stephens to call them at (618) 939-3377.
The State's Attorney said additional felony charges may be sought.