Seeking Victim Information in the Elmer Ngo Investigation
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Sacramento Field Office is seeking to identify potential victims of Elmer Ngo, 28, of Stockton, California. A federal grand jury indicted Ngo, charging him with one count of attempted sexual exploitation of a minor, four counts of attempted coercion and enticement of minors, and one count of possession of child pornography.
According to court documents, Ngo used social media to sexually exploit female minors nationwide. The alleged sexual exploitation included attempting to coerce, entice, and persuade the minors to produce child pornography for Ngo. Contact may have occurred in person or through social media accounts, or any account believed to be used by Ngo. Ngo’s aliases include Elmer, Zach, and DODO. Snapchat usernames include: greynestle2020 (DODO), treypo2020, monster_hun7503, e1m3r12.
To assist the investigation and receive information regarding resources available to victims, please complete the questionnaire to the best of your ability. If you have previously provided information to any law enforcement previously to include the FBI, please continue to complete the form.
The FBI is legally mandated to identify victims of federal crimes they investigate. Victims may be eligible for certain services, restitution, and rights under federal and/or state law. Your responses are voluntary but may be useful in the federal investigation and to identify you as a potential victim. Based on the responses provided, you may be contacted by the FBI and asked to provide additional information.
- DOJ Office for Victims of Crime - Help for Victims
- National Safe Place Network
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 800-273-8255
- Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
- National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
- FBI Help for Victims of Crime Brochure
- Caring for Kids: What Parents Need to Know About Sexual Abuse
- Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- American Psychological Association Resources on Sexual Abuse