St. Petersburg, FL – St. Petersburg Man Arrested After Offering Minor Money for Sex

March 11, 2019

St. Petersburg, FL (March 11, 2019) – 42-year-old Jason Minkowsky was arrested on Thursday after offering a minor $20 to have sex with him, according to authorities. Minkowsky thought he was communicating with a minor, but it was actually a law enforcement official.

Minkowsky agreed to meet the minor, who he believed was under 16. He spoke with the “minor” and discussed their age and sexual services before he agreed that he wanted to meet them.

Now, Minkowsky is facing charges of using a computer to seduce, solicit, and entice a child, unlawfully using a two-way communication device, traveling to meet a minor, human trafficking, and more.

At this time, police continue to investigate the incident.

St. Petersburg Human Trafficking Laws

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