An AT&T Manager Sought Sex With Teen
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- A 54-year-old man was caught trying to solicit a 14-year-old girl whom he thought was being offered online by her “dad” for sex.
Unfortunately for Stan L. Greer that “dad” was a Tallahassee police officer.
Greer is a regulatory affairs manager for AT&T in Tallahassee and a Gov. Rick Scott appointee to the e911 board. He faces two counts of using a computer to solicit a parent for sexual contact with a minor and one count of online solicitation of a minor.
Tallahassee police started posting ads online late in July to identify people seeking sexual contact with minors.
According to court records, Greer responded to the ad thinking he was communicating with the father of a 14-year-old girl and a 10-year-old boy. Through emails Greer discussed the familial structure and suggested he and the girl engage in sexual acts while the father and mother watched and potentially joined.
Police say in court records that after a few days of communication, police began emailing Greer pretending to be the young girl. He discussed whether she had talked with her “father” about the supposed arrangement.
Throughout the conversation Greer became concerned he was speaking to police in a few instances and warned the “father” they needed to be careful to avoid law enforcement. He spoke of scheduling a public place to meet the girl.
On August 30th the undercover “family” and Greer were scheduled to meey up, but he backed out at the last minute and began contacting the “family” very little.
TPD searched Greer’s Conservancy Drive home on Friday in Summerbrook. They found the home empty and contacted him at work after which he surrendered to waiting police officers.
Police say that Greer has responded to another ad they put up a few days after he responded to the first one.