“The youngest I’ve taught:” USAF Lieutenant Colonel arrested after trying to have sex with a 14-year-old

Talk about a wolf hiding among the sheep – a US Air Force JAG officer known for taking down child predators has been charged with allegedly seeking sexual encounters with a minor.

The Hawaii-based Judge Advocate, identified as Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Brown, was charged with attempting to lure a 14-year-old girl into having sex.

The 41-year-old officer was caught in a sting operation out of Schofield Barracks, with the 14-year-old being completely fictitious.

The non-existent honeypot, known as Izzy, was sent two explicit photos from Lieutenant Colonel Brown, who made his way from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam to Schofield Barracks in order to seal the deal.

He allegedly first made contact with her on April 12 on a social media platform called Whisper as well as Telegram.

According to the criminal complaint, he steered their conversations to talking about sex.

He even went as far as saying an older man could provide “lessons” to a young girl.

“The youngest I’ve taught was 16,” Brown wrote on April 13, the complaint states. “That was a lot of fun.”

“Some of the most fun sex I’ve had has actually been teaching inexperienced girls,” he added. “I like sort of expanding things for them and helping them explore if it makes sense.”

Brown is a legal adviser for the 613th Air Operations Center, and has a history of taking down those who prey on minors.

“His military legal experience includes prosecution of child sex offenses,” his criminal complaint states.

The 613th AOC confirmed that Lieutenant Colonel Brown was assigned to them, but deferred all questions to the local US Attorney’s Office.

© 2023 Bright Mountain Media, Inc. All rights reserved.

The content of this webpage may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of Bright Mountain Media, Inc. which may be contacted at info@brightmountainmedia.com, ticker BMTM.


Post navigation