Florida man intended to have sex with teenage girls before killing their mother: Police

The suspect asked police not to charge him with the sex offenses because it could hurt his chances of joining a motorcycle gang

A Florida man allegedly sought out sex with two teenage girls and then intended to kill their mother, WKMG-TV reports.

Police on Thursday arrested Vance D. Taylor of Daytona Beach in connection with the allegations.

He is accused of posting an advertisement online Nov. 21 that said he wanted to “impregnate your daughter or sister or wife.”

“His ad was very descriptive. It had some illicit pictures in it and his title was, looking to impregnate somebody’s daughter,” Daytona Beach Police Sgt. Tim Ehrenkaufer told the news station.

An undercover police officer reportedly sent a response to the ad, in which she claimed to have two daughters who were 13 and 14 years old, and asked if the girls were too young.

Taylor, 29, responded by inquiring what the girls liked to do sexually.

“He sent several nude photos of himself and made several comments about sexually explicit things that he wanted to do,” Ehrenkaufer said.

The undercover officer arranged a meeting ith Taylor, whom police later arrested.

Taylor told investigators that he had also intended to kill the girls’ mother so he could take out “life frustrations” on her. He had a knife on him at the time of his arrest.

The suspect has reportedly been charged with using a computer to solicit a parent/guardian for consent, using a two-way communication device to commit a felony and traveling to meet after using a computer to lure a child.

Taylor had asked police to charge him with traveling to commit a homicide instead of the sex offenses so it would look better, according to authorities.

“He’s trying to become a member of the Outlaw motorcycle gang and he knew this would not fly with them,” Ehrekaufer said.

Taylor was booked into jail, where he is being held without bond after a judge called him a “community danger,” WESH-TV reports.


[Feature image: Daytona Beach Police/Vance. D Taylor]