Soccer Coach Arrested For Soliciting Sex From a Minor





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Uploaded on Jul 10, 2009

Baltimore County Police arrested Charles Louis Friedel, 32, of the 600-block of Hunting Fields Road, 21220, on July 7, for sexual solicitation of a minor and the distribution and possession of obscene matter. The incident occurred in Precinct 11/Essex.

Detectives say that they were contacted on July 6, from the victims parent about inappropriate text messages being sent from Friedel to his 14-year-old daughter, the sister of a girl that Friedel coaches in soccer. An undercover detective assumed the identity of the 14-year-old girl and established a dialogue by texting on the victims cell phone with Charles Friedel.

During the messages sent to the undercover detective, Friedel sent sexually explicit pictures of himself and asked for the girl to send pictures of her private areas. Charles Friedel also requested and exploited the girl to have sex with him. A meeting was arranged at an undisclosed Baltimore County convenience store with Friedel so that he could have sex with the girl. On July 7, Friedel responded to the location with the expectation of having sex with the 14-year-old, as pre-arranged, and was arrested by police.

Other Victims May Have Been Exploited

Because of information gained by police about Friedel during their investigation, police are asking anyone who has had contact through the Internet or by cellular phone texting where Charles Friedel attempted or sexually exploited them, to contact the Baltimore County Police Department's Crimes Against Children Unit at 410-853-3650.

Charles Louis Friedel was charged with possession and distribution of obscene matter, solicitation for child pornography, and sexual solicitation of a minor. He was released after posting a $250,000 bond.


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