Jason Dubin is accused of allegedly trying to meet two underage teens for sex acts.
Photographer: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
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PHOENIX - A Phoenix sports agent accused of trying to meet teenage girls online and have sex with them has pleaded guilty in the case.
Maricopa County prosecutors say 31-year-old Jason Dubin pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of computer tampering with sexual motivation.
He's scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 28.
Authorities say Dubin believed he had met a 17-year-old girl while in an online chat room and wanted to meet her in person to engage in "sex acts."
They say Dubin allegedly asked the 17-year-old to bring a friend and then agreed to meet when the teen said she was bringing a 14-year-old girl.
However, the online teens were police officers. When Dubin arrived at the meeting place in July 2011, he was arrested on suspicion of aggravated luring of a minor.
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