Grafton Man's Case For Allegedly Enticing Minor Delayed

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A Grafton man's pre-trial conference for allegedly engaging in sexual conduct for a fee with a minor has been postponed until Feb. 19. Photo Credit: Natick Police

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- A Grafton man  arrested Dec. 17 in Natick for allegedly attempting to entice an underage girl he knew into having sex with him is scheduled to be back in court Feb. 19.

According to the clerk's office at the Natick District Court, Michael D. Kieft, 64, of 79 Londonderry Road, Grafton, was in court Tuesday for his pre-trial conference but it was continued until 9 a.m. Feb. 19.

Kieft was charged with engaging in sexual conduct for a fee with a child under 18 and enticing a child under 18 to engage in prostitution using an electronic device, according to Natick police records.

On Dec. 15, police were contacted by the parent of a minor child who allegedly received text messages of a sexual nature from Kieft.

A sting with plain clothes and uniformed police was set up. Natick police said at about 2:30 p.m. Dec. 17, Kieft was observed driving and then stopping near the victim's address. Police arrested Kieft without incident.

Kieft was arraigned Dec. 18 in Natick District Court and held on $5,000 cash bail with numerous conditions, including no contact with the victim or anyone under the age of 18.

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