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- Wesley Baylock Williams, 52, has been jailed in Gwinnett County, records show.
- He carried on the online conversations for about two weeks.
- The 14-year-old girl was actually a police investigator.
An Alpharetta man was arrested after he had sexually explicit online conversations with a police officer he thought was a 14-year-old girl, police said.
The officer communicated with 52-year-old Wesley Baylock Williams for about two weeks, and at least one nude photograph was exchanged, Lilburn police Capt. Thomas Bardugon said Wednesday in a statement.
“Williams arranged to meet the girl near her residence, which he was told was within the city limits of Lilburn,” he said. “When Williams arrived to pick up the girl, he was taken into custody without incident.”
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Williams is charged with obscene internet contact with a child and using a computer service to seduce, solicit, lure or entice a child to commit an illegal act, according to Gwinnett County jail records.
The arrest was part of a Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force operation, police said.
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