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West Palm Beach Man Accused of Having Sex with 14-Year-Old Girl

West Palm Beach Lewdness ChargesAuthorities recently arrested a West Palm Beach FL man who is accused of having sex with an underage girl every day for approximately seven months.

According to police, the 24-year-old suspect engaged in sexual relations with the 14-year-old victim on a daily basis from June 2014 through November 2014.

The arrest report indicates that the victim told police that she and the suspect often had sex on several occasions during the same day.

Once the victim notified authorities of the alleged unlawful sexual activity with a minor, police began an investigation into the suspect. Sometime later, the suspect was placed under arrest.

According to police, the suspect admitted to investigators that he had sex with the victim on at least two occasions at his personal residence.

As a result of the suspect’s alleged admissions, the suspect has been charged with two counts of lewd behavior toward a child.

The suspect was initially transported to the Palm Beach County Jail in West Palm Beach, Florida. After posting $50,000 bail, the suspect was released from custody with a pending court date to answer the charges against him.

For more information about this case, see the article entitled “Girl, 14, Tells Police She Had Sex with Man, 24, Every Day for 7 Months.”

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