A&M Student Among Cyber Crimes Arrests

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Two Brazos Valley men are among four people arrested by the Attorney General's Cyber Crimes Unit.

Guadalupe DeLaGarza III, 26, was arrested in Shenandoah back on July 18. The Texas A&M grad student is alleged to have chatted with who he believed was a 14-year-old girl on MySpace, then travelled to Montgomery County to have sex with her. That 14-year-old was an investigator.

Authorities say DeLaGarza arrived at the location with condoms, restraints and a handgun. He faces charges of attempted sexual assault with a minor and unlawful carrying of a weapon.

Also arrested in the Shenandoah operation was William Shrum, 25, of The Woodlands. He is also accused of chatting with a minor on MySpace and arranging an encounter.