Man from Concord facing several charges after trying to engage in sex acts with a child
Concord, California – The office of the District Attorney in Contra Costa County stated on Tuesday that several felony charges will be brought against a man from Concord who is accused of trying to have sex with a youngster.
According to the office of District Attorney Diana Becton, Phillip Soliman Moussa, 43, is being charged with nine felony charges for allegedly arranging to have sex with a minor who he thought to be 14 years old.
Moussa was taken into custody by law enforcement on June 29 in Danville, after having been in contact with the victim over the internet. The district attorney’s office says that he is suspected of sending a child a text message in which he asks the child to meet him at a park in Danville so that they can engage in sex acts.
Moussa was taken into custody as soon as he arrived at the park by the police. He is still being held by the Contra Costa County Sheriff at this time on $675,000 bail.
Among the charges against Moussa are: 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.