Two Georgia men arrested for attempting to meet juvenile for sex
Two men, Mohammed Abuoun and Jerry Brown, were arrested last week in Cobb for allegedly attempting to meet a juvenile for sex.
Kennesaw Police arrested Abuoun, 27, of Norcross, and Brown, 31, of Woodstock, at The Retreat apartment complex, located at 3950 George Busbee Parkway near Shiloh Road.
According to their arrest warrant, the two are accused of initiating a meetup for sex with someone they believed was a juvenile. Abuoun and Brown initiated conversations via the social media app Whisper with an individual that they believed to be a 14-year-old girl, according to the warrant.
The user claimed multiple times to be a juvenile, with the two acknowledging that fact multiple times as well. During the contact, the two allegedly continued to have a conversation of suggestive nature, sending pictures and eventually requesting to meet the user, the warrant reports.
After the conversation, the two drove separately to The Retreat complex and pulled into the parking deck on the first level, which was where the user said they would be. Abuoun waited for a period of time and attempted to leave the parking deck, but was stopped by police. Brown arrived at the complex at an apartment number he was given and was placed into custody.
Abuoun and Brown are each charged with two felonies, one count of enticing a child and one count of obscene internet contact with a child. Both men were released from the Cobb County jail on Friday on separate $20,000 bonds.