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Police: Sexual predator used Facebook to stalk young girls

Aaron Frye (Source: Hamilton Police) Aaron Frye (Source: Hamilton Police)
HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) -

A sexual predator has been arrested again after police say he used his Facebook page to meet teenage girls and then stalked them.

Aaron Frye, 30, of Hamilton, is charged with menacing by stalking.

Police say Frye sent text message to the girls and would show up at their residences. He followed two of them to the library, telling them he could 'see' them and told them what they were wearing.

Police say Frye also called and followed an adult male after he was told by the man to stay away from his 14-year-old daughter.

Police say Frye had been texting the teen 70 to 80 times a day and driving past her house, threatening to run over her with his vehicle.

Frye is currently in the Butler County Jail on a $250,000 bond.

He is a registered sex offender with the Butler County Sheriff's Office and listed as a sexual predator for similar incidents that have occurred in Butler County in the past including convictions on Gross Sexual Imposition and Importuning charges.

Anyone who has had contact with Frye is asked to call Detective Paul Davis at 513-868-5811, extension 1204.

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