Wednesday 20 Feb 2019


WCSO Reports Arrest Of Statutory Rape Suspect

A man is arrested for the alleged sexual assault of a juvenile. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports 40-year-old Daniel A. Louk of Cumberland County is charged with Statutory Sex Offense of a Child by an Adult and Statutory Rape of a Child by an Adult.  The sheriff’s office was told an 11-year-old was sexually assaulted by Louk during a time when Louk was living with the juvenile’s mother in western Wayne County.  The investigation revealed Louk was a registered sex offender and was currently homeless somewhere in Cumberland County. With assistance from the Sex Offender Registry Division of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office, Louk was arrested by Wayne County Sheriff’s Office detectives in Fayetteville.  His bond is set at $1 million.

Daniel Arthur Louk


  1. Zeke says:

    Pure trash. I hope the young girl gets some protection from someone other than her discusting mother.

  2. Kelly tom says:

    One would only speculate that this woman was so desperate,she turned to this monster and put her child in danger.she should go to jail with him for a long time.

  3. Lil old lady says:

    My suggestion for all PROVEN sex offenders is castration! Not really hose silly pills but a tual castration! There might be a will but there won’t be a way! Snip, snip

  4. Adamrothman says:

    Good job mom, glad you could feel good for a little while, moving a homeless pedophile in your house. Send him to Florida with the rest of them.

  5. Bless His Heart. says:

    Ain’t no excuse for a child molester. None, not drugs, color, upbringing circumstances…nothing. Not much more for a mother that would allow one into her home.

  6. Gail says:

    Now watch the comments about this perv be at a minimum. Too bad drugs supersedes the innocence and psychological health of children in this town. But then again, that’s probably the norm for many of these commenters. Uh excuse me, I meant to say ‘upstanding, law-abiding, tax paying, God fearing, flag waving citizens’.


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