Prosecutor arraigns man accused of soliciting pictures of young girls
SAGINAW COUNTY, Mich.--The Saginaw Prosecutor’s Office held an arraignment for 37-year-old Jason Schultz Thursday.
He is accused of impersonating a 12-year-old boy online in order solicit inappropriate pictures of young girls.
According to Saginaw County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd, he was charged with accosting a child for immoral purposes and one count of using a computer to commit a crime, according to
According to Tittabawassee Township, the 37-year-old man used false names on a number of Instagram accounts in order to solicit the photos from female students at Freeland Schools.
Freeland Schools Superintendent Matt Cairy had issued a Criminal Trespass Warning to the suspect barring him from being at any Freeland School property or being at any school events, according to police.
Between 30 to 50 more minors need to be interviewed.
Anyone with information on this matter or whose child may have received an Instagram message from this individual using the Instagram names: “Saginawbaseball;trevor” “tKnightFreeland:Saginaw Baseball” or “23basketballJones23;Knight” is asked to contact Detective Brian J. Berg of Tittabawassee Township Police.
Schultz is being held on a $250,000 bond.
The investigation is ongoing.