Fort Hood soldiers among men arrested in central Texas child prostitution sting


Three members of the military, including soldiers stationed at Fort Hood, are among a group of men arrested in a prostitution sting in central Texas, police said on Monday.

Officers arrested nine men on Saturday after a two-day child prostitution sting, the Killeen Police Department said in a release. The men had contacted officers through different social media platforms and “made agreements for sexual acts with girls they believed were 15 or 16 years of age.”

The agreements involved exchanging money, drugs and/or alcohol for the acts, police said. Overall, the men faces seven felony prostitution charges and two misdemeanor prostitution charges.

Two guns were also taken from the suspects.

The department’s special victim’s unit and the Texas Department of Public Safety Human Trafficking conducted the sting.

“The overall goal of this joint effort was to locate and arrest subjects who were willing to make overt efforts to pay minors to engage in sexual acts,” the release stated.

Two of the men are listed to be living at Fort Hood.

Those arrested are listed below:

Anthony Xavier Antwon, 25, of Fort Hood, Felony Prostitution under 18

Javier Perez, 40, of Austin, Felony Prostitution under 18

Brian Harley Flynn, 21, of Temple, Felony Prostitution under 18

Brandon Anthony Lee, 25, of Killeen, Felony Prostitution under 18

Dustin Edward Johnson, 42, of Lott, Felony Prostitution under 18

Timmy Jones Jr., 30, of Fort Hood, Felony Prostitution under 18

Shaun Paul Moore, 39, of Kempner, Felony Prostitution under 18

Rakeem Jamal Nelson, 28, of Killeen, Class A Prostitution

Pierre Jean, 32, of Killeen, Class A Prostitution

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