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Man gets 10 years in prison for online coercion of teen girl

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A man accused of attempting to use the internet to convince a teenage girl to have sex with will spend 10 years behind bars.

Randy Shill pleaded guilty in July to the charge of coercion of a female minor. His sentence delivered Monday is the mandatory minimum for the charge.

Shill was arrested in November 2010 after an FBI agent took over the online identity of the 16-year-old girl as part of a sting. Shill was 42 at the time.

Court documents say Shill approached the girl at a Parkrose High School football game and later on websites including Facebook.

In court records, the agent posing as the teen describes an online chat with a man called Randy who said he'd be at a Parkrose volleyball game. The agent said Shill was seen in the stands that night.

The agent then says the suspect agreed to meet at the Lloyd Center MAX stop in northeast Portland, where he was arrested.

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