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Special Education Teacher Accused of Soliciting Minors Online

Germantown man also charged with possessing child porn



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    Jeremy Brown, a teacher at Meadow Hall Elem. School was arrested Oct. 18 on charges of soliciting a minor.

    A special education teacher from Montgomery County is facing charges of soliciting minors online.

    Jeremy Brown, 28, of Germantown, Md., was arrested Tuesday, according to police. He teaches children with autism at Meadow Hall Elementary School in Rockville.

    Between July and December of 2010, Brown went into Internet chat rooms and solicited several out-of-state detectives who were posing as 14-year-old girls, investigators said. Brown also invited the undercover detectives to view his webcam, where he appeared naked and performing sex acts, police said.

    Several computers and thumb drives containing images of young, nude females were seized from Brown's home, according to police.

    Brown faces three counts of soliciting a minor and one count of possession of child pornography. He was released from jail Tuesday after posting a $50,000 bond.