Man arrested for buying 14-year-old girl for sex from mother's friend
BATON ROUGE – Baton Rouge Police arrested a man after he bought a 14-old girl for sex from her mother's close friend while she was in the hospital.
The girl said that in November 2015, while her mother was in the hospital, 36-year-old Corey Williams sold her to 59-year-old Wayne Dyer for sex. Williams had a close relationship with the girl's mother.
According to the arrest report, Dyer picked up Williams and the girl from their home and brought them to a convenience store where Dyer paid Williams money to take the girl. Williams told Dyer to have the girl back in 15 minutes. Dyer then took the girl to his home where he assaulted her. The arrest report states that the girl told police that she was scared what Dyer would do if she "did not do what she was supposed to."
On Sept. 14, the girl was shown a line-up and identified Dyer. According to the arrest report, she said that Dyer was "one of the man I was sold to."
Dyer was arrested on charges of sexual battery and trafficking of a juvenile. According to the arrest report, Dyer has a history of arrests that include, soliciting for prostitution along with drug possession and distribution charges.
Arrest records also indicate that Williams was arrested earlier this year for rape and another time for failing to register as a sex offender.
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