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Tennessee man drives 900 miles for child sex

BLOOMINGTON -- A 51-year-old Tennessee man drove more than 950 miles or 14 hours to try to have sex with a 13-year-old girl, according to a criminal complaint released Wednesday by Minnesota U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger.

BLOOMINGTON - A 51-year-old Tennessee man drove more than 950 miles or 14 hours to try to have sex with a 13-year-old girl, according to a criminal complaint released Wednesday by Minnesota U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger.
Jeffrey Scott Evans of Blaine, Tennesee, was apprehended shortly after arriving at a Bloomington hotel where he planned to engage in illicit sexual relations with the girl, said the court documents. He has been charged with traveling with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, Luger said.
Evans used the social media site called chathour.com to first connect with the girl on June 12, said the complaint. On June 14, he sent the girl a text saying “Do y really think y can stay with me 3 r 4 days and not get in trouble I hope you can,” said the complaint.
He also sent the girl photos of sex toys and clothes he had bought her as gifts and texts depicting sex acts he wanted to do with the potential victim.

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