The ex-girlfriend of a 60-year-old Boynton man called police when she found out his new girlfriend was 17, according to a Boynton Beach Police arrest report.
George McCray of Boynton Beach faces charges of sexual activity with a minor and cocaine possession. Police arrested him on the driveway of his home on Monday.
It started on Feb. 9 when McCray's ex-girlfriend told police she had to tell the 17-year-old girl's family and authorities.
Police met with the girl, who said she had been in a sexual relationship with McCray for more than a month. Police found McCray at his home and as he got out of his Hyundai, they read him his rights and questioned him. He called the girl his "girlfriend," but denied having sex with her, according to the report.
He was arrested anyway. McCray wouldn't talk about the relationship and demanded a lawyer.
Police shifted their focus from sex to drugs when McCray told police not to touch his car after the officer asked him if he wanted to lock the car doors.
The officer found the statement suspicious and looking into the car down near the right side of the driver's seat is where police said they saw a blue pill bottle with the label ripped off.
"Based on my training and experience in pharmaceutical narcotics, I know that it is consistent with the unlawful possession of prescribed narcotics to be transported in this method," an officer wrote in the report.
That led the officer to check the bottle and find what they described as a rock-like substance which later tested positive for cocaine.
McCray remains in Palm Beach County Jail and is held in lieu of $13,000 bail.
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