Brian James McInerney (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)
PHOENIX (CBS5) -
A Phoenix man has been arrested for soliciting teen girls through an online ad and sending them nude photos.
Brian James McInerney, 47, was arrested on Friday in Phoenix.
Police said McInerney posted an ad on Craigslist with the title, "Are you young and horney? M4W- 47 (N Phx)." According to Phoenix police, the text of the ad said, "Hit me up quick as I am sure I will get flagged! I am fun, clean and descreet daddy type that would love to play with a high school girl. I can show you things you never knew existed! Interested? You know what to do."
Below the text was an image of a penis sticking out of a pair of jeans through the zipper, according to the police report.
Police said a person describing themselves as a 15-year-old girl replied to the ad and the two began emailing each other. Between Wednesday and Thursday, McInerney allegedly solicited the girl for sexual acts.
On Friday, another officer posing as a 15-year-old responded to the ad. The two began chatting on Yahoo messenger and during the chat, McInerney asked for sex acts and sent three photos of him exposing himself.
McInerney is facing two counts of luring a minor for sex exploitation and one count of aggravated luring of a minor for sexual exploitation. They arranged a meeting place and McInerney was arrested.
McInerney admitted to making the Craiglist post and sending the images.
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