County man accused of trying to arrange sex

Korando, Russell
October 2012
St. Charles Journal;10/10/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 41, pA4
The article reports that Mohammad Teimoortagh of St. Charles County, Missouri faces four felony charges of attempted sexual trafficking of a minor, promoting prostitution, second-degree attempted statutory rape and possession of a controlled substance.


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