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Posted on: July 5, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Concord Man Charged with Multiple Felonies Related to Attempted Sex with a Minor

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July 5, 2022

 

Contact: Ted Asregadoo, 925-957-8638

ted.asregadoo@contracostada.org

 

 

Concord Man Charged with Multiple Felonies Related to Attempted Sex with a Minor 

 

Martinez, Calif. – A 43-year-old resident of Concord has been charged with nine felony counts related to arranging to meet a minor for sex. 

 

On July 1, 2022, the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office filed charges against Phillip Soliman Moussa. Police arrested Moussa in Danville on June 29, 2022, after he engaged in online communications with an individual he believed was a 14-year-old child. During the course of their communications, Moussa allegedly sent the minor a text requesting to meet at a park in Danville to engage in prohibited sex acts. When Moussa arrived at a park, he was arrested by police. He remains in the custody of the Contra Costa County Sheriff. His bail has been set at $675,000.

 

Moussa is scheduled to be arraigned on July 5, 2022, on the following charges: three counts of arranging to meet a minor for sex, three counts of online enticement of a minor, and three counts of attempted lewd acts with a child.  

 

The case was investigated by the Silicon Valley Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.  In Contra Costa County, detectives and investigators from the Walnut Creek, San Ramon, Concord, and Moraga Police Departments, the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office, United States Secret Service, Homeland Security Investigations, the Contra Costa County Probation Department, and Inspectors from the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office participate in the task force.  

 

Anyone with information about this case should contact Sheriff’s Detective Andreas Gianopoulos at 925-313-2621.

 

Parents are encouraged to discuss online safety with their children and can visit the website www.kidsmartz.org or the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s website for further information.

 

Case information: People v. Moussa  Docket # 01-22-00955

 

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