Man, 62, accused of being sexually involved with young girls for money

By Ryan Korsgard, Reporter, rkorsgard@click2houston.com
Published On: Oct 31 2013 04:52:08 PM CDT
Updated On: Oct 31 2013 10:37:36 PM CDT

Oct. 31, 2013: An elderly man known as 'Money Mike' has been arrested after several teenage girls came forward saying they had been sexually involved with him in exchange for money. Ryan Korsgard reports.

HOUSTON -

Police are searching for other young girls who they say might have performed sex acts for a man known as "Money Mike."

Friendswood police arrested 62-year-old Michael Wayne McIntosh on Thursday morning. Police said a victim's friend reported a possible crime to a teacher in Clear Creek ISD. The school's principal called Webster police.

Police said McIntosh met girls between 14 and 17 years old at Hooters, Bone Daddys, Twin Peaks and other restaurants. Police say he would then invite the girls over to his house in Friendswood.

Investigators said the restaurants were simply meeting places and nothing inappropriate happened there.

"Once he met a few of the younger ladies, especially the hostesses, the ones who are too young to be a waitress, then it was spread amongst the school-aged children that this man would give large amounts of money," said Det. David Neetles. "I know of at least eight or nine juveniles who are involved and there are said to be possibly more. These young ladies know of other girls just don't know their names or where they might go to school."

The detective said McIntosh is a wealthy man who visited the restaurants so often that he was known as "the regular."

McIntosh was charged with three counts of sexual assault of a child. His bond was set at $120,000.

If you have information on this case or know of other potential victims, please call Det. Nettles at 281-316-4169.

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