Music teacher in The Woodlands charged with online solicitation of a minor

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by Jeremy Desel / KHOU 11 News

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Posted on February 27, 2014 at 8:27 PM

Updated Thursday, Feb 27 at 8:40 PM

HOUSTON—A private music teacher in The Woodlands is charged with online solicitation of a minor after getting arrested during a police sting, investigators said.

The operation happened at the South Montgomery County Branch Library last Wednesday afternoon.
Investigator said Clayton Deguerre, a 26-year-old Woodlands man, headed there thinking he was going to meet two 15-year-old girls. He had met them online and was expecting to meet them there for sex, according to investigators.

The problem for him was it was all a sting and he was arrested without incident.

When he was being interviewed by detectives he stated that he was a music teacher and that he worked with children out of a home in the Sterling Ridge area of The Woodlands.

Authorities immediately began a deeper investigation looking for any other possible victims.

The incident has parents in The Woodlands who often use private teachers wondering what more they can do.

“To be honest you put a bubble around it until something like this happens and we remember we should be more diligent about who is working around our kids. Whether that is music or sports or anything,” said Marcia Baghbati.

Deguerre is charged with a second degree felony of online solicitation of a minor.

Precinct Three Constables said that they are not aware of any other incidents involving Deguerre, but if you have any information you are asked to contact them.

 

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