Police: Man Offers His Children For Sex To Hotel Guest

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Updated: 3/25/2013 12:44 am
 Lexington police said they are investigating a report by a guest at a hotel who told them a man offered to let him  have sex with his children in his van.
 They said the man was staying at the Four Points Sheraton on Stanton Way and said he was sitting in the lobby of the hotel at around 8 a.m. Sunday when the man approached him.
 The report said the suspect first tried to sell his coat and a cell phone to get money for help to fix a fan belt for his vehicle.
 The guest said when he refused to buy the items, the man then asked him if he would be willing to pay to have sex with his kids in the van.
 Police said the guest again refused and the man drove off in a blue mini-van.

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