Corvallis police arrested a 21-year-old man Monday for allegedly sending inappropriate pictures to a 14-year-old girl via the internet.

Allen Lee Nolan Jr., of Corvallis, is charged with first-degree online sexual corruption of a child, luring a minor and encouraging child sexual abuse in the second-degree. The third charge is for possessing images of child pornography. Police say the alleged victim sent Nolan nude images of herself.

Nolan allegedly sent inappropriate images to the girl sometime in 2016, according to court documents. 

The two also engaged in online sexually explicit conversations and agreed to meet for the purpose of engaging in sexual contact, according to police.

Nolan appeared in Benton County Circuit Court on Tuesday and entered not guilty pleas to the charges. Judge David Connell appointed defense attorney Thomas Hill to represent Nolan. Connell imposed $200,000 security in the case. Should Nolan be released from the Benton County Jail, he should have no unsupervised contact with minors, the judge ordered.

In separate pending cases, Nolan is charged with misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine, three counts of identity theft and two counts of third-degree theft.

Lillian Schrock covers public safety for the Gazette-Times. She may be reached at 541-758-9548 or Follow her on Twitter at @LillieSchrock.