OSCEOLA COUNTY, FL — A Jacksonville doctor is facing charges, following an arrest at a gas station in St. Officers say he drove there to meet a minor for sex.
We are just hearing about this matter now, and will immediately conduct an internal review.” During an initial conversation with deputies, he denied ever having other sexual conversations with minors.
“He has told deputies this ist he first time he had traveled to meet a minor he has spoke with online,” said According to the report, Nawaz admitted to every act he’s being accused of, and eventually told investigators he has had sexual conversations with up to 10 underaged girls over the past two years.
Nawaz showed up at the meeting location, where deputies say he struggled when they tried to arrest him.
Nawaz faces charges of traveling to meet a minor for sex, soliciting a minor for a lewd act and resisting without violence.
After a 150 mile drive from the First Coast, Nawaz was ready meet the girl.
What he met instead, were officers with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office.
Haeft said Benjamin never said anything inappropriate about kids and he was on his phone often, but he never would have thought Benjamin was using his phone to solicit children for sex. The school district suspended Parmenter with pay after his arrest.
News4Jax went to Parmenter's home Tuesday, but no one opened the door. Johns County sheriff's offices, Orange Park police, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the State Attorney's Office all assisted in the case.
Sheriff Mike Williams on Monday announced the results of Operation Watchdog, conducted with Northeast Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force members who spent five days last week posing as minors on social media and in chat rooms.