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Special Ed. Teacher Arrested For Sex Offenses

Twenty-eight-year-old Jeremy Earle Brown II of Germantown, Md., a special education teacher, was arrested Wednesday after communicating with undercover officers he believed to be underage girls.
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Twenty-eight-year-old Jeremy Earle Brown II of Germantown, Md., a special education teacher, was arrested Wednesday after communicating with undercover officers he believed to be underage girls.

A special education teacher in Montgomery County was arrested Wednesday and is charged with several sex-related offenses.

Police say 28-year-old Jeremy Earle Brown II of Germantown, Md., who teaches autistic children at Meadow Hall Elementary in Rockville, communicated with undercover officers posing as 14-year-old girls in online chatrooms. They say he initiated sexual-oriented conversations with detectives on several occasions, and invited the undercover officers to view his webcam video, in which he was observed naked.

Detectives found several computers and thumb drives containing nude images of young females at Brown's home.

He is currently free on a $50,000 bond.

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