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Hixson Man Convicted on Child Sexual Exploitation Charges

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WHITFIELD COUNTY (WRCB) - A Whitfield County Jury convicted Travis Raymond Millsaps of Hixson guilty of criminal attempt to commit aggravated child molestation, criminal attempt to commit child molestation and computer and electronic child exploitation Tuesday.

He faces up to 30 years for criminal attempt to commit aggravated child molestation, 10 years for criminal attempt to commit child molestation, and 20 years for computer and electronic child exploitation.

Millsaps engaged in a series of online communications over a four-day period with a female he believed to be under the age of 16. He made arrangements to meet with the female and then drove from Tennessee to Whitfield County to meet with the girl. When he arrived, he discovered the girl was actually created by agents of the task force. Authorities say he arrived with condoms.

Millsaps will be sentenced May 8.

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