DENVILLE, NJ-- On May 31, Denville Patrol investigated a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle took off at a high rate of speed, but was ultimately stopped on Franklin Road, near Route 46. During the subsequent motor vehicle stop, it was learned that the driver, 27 year old Brian Reed, of Franklin, indicated that he met a girl online and was going to meet her. During the course of a subsequet investigation, it was determined that Reed met a female younger than sixteen years of age and was looking to meet her for a sexual relation. Consequently, Reed was arrested and lodged in the Morris County Jail in default of $100,000 bail.
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