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FDLE agents arrest a man on charges of soliciting sex with a 10-year-old

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The special agents of the Tech Crime Squad with Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested a man Monday who, the agents say, tried to solicit a mother to have sex with her daughter.

The agents said, Timothy William Schroyer, 42, of Tampa, contacted the mother of a 10-year-old girl several times. He wanted to have sex with the girl, according to the agents' report.

Schroyer set up a meeting with both of them at a parking lot on Nebraska Avenue. The agents arrested him there just before midnight Monday.

They found two computers in his home. The computers will be analyzed for evidence.

Schroyer, whose occupation is listed as a self-employed film-maker, has a Facebook page for his movie producing business. In the page description he says he hopes to inform, enlighten and make people laugh.

Schroyer is at the Hillsborough County Jail charged with two counts of online solicitation of a parent to have sex with a child and one count of traveling to meet a minor for sex.

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