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August 27, 2013

Gulfport man accused of online ad for sex

MERIDIAN —

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — Cybercrime investigators said they arrested a Gulfport man after he advertised online for an incestuous relationship with a mother and daughter.

Detective Sgt. Donnie Dobbs tells The Sun Herald (http://bit.ly/15q7wYq ) 40-year-old Richard Michael Maxwell allegedly arranged to meet with a mother and daughter in Biloxi, but they were actually undercover officers.

Dobbs said the Internet ad specified Maxwell "was looking for taboo, a mother-daughter type deal."

Maxwell was arrested Friday night following an investigation by the Gulf Coast Cyber Crime Task Force.

Police arrested him on a charge of exploitation of children.

He was released on bond Saturday.

It was unclear whether Maxwell has an attorney.

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