An Arlington man is accused of sexually assaulting four teenage girls who attend Keller schools and who he met through an acquaintance on a high-profile “sugar daddy” website.
Timothy James Burns, 44, paid the teens hundreds of dollars for sex, provided them with alcohol and marijuana (called “weed” throughout the affidavit) and gave them rides to and from his “really big” home on Lake Arlington, according to an arrest warrant affidavit obtained by the Star-Telegram Thursday.
One girl told police she had sex with Burns because she needed money to fix her broken cellphone.
Burns was arrested Wednesday. He remained in the Keller Regional Jail on Tuesday with bail set at $400,000 — $100,000 for each second-degree felony complaint of sexual assault of a child.
Keller school district officials said Burns has never been an employee of the district.
“Student safety is a top priority in Keller ISD, and we urge parents to talk to their students and notify authorities with any additional information regarding this matter,” the district said in a statement.
Police said the sexual assaults took place between September and January in Burns’ Arlington home.
Computers and other items were taken from Burns’ home Wednesday after police obtained a search warrant. Capt. Tommy Simmons, a Keller police spokesman, said Arlington police have assisted with the investigation.
“Just to hang out”
The four girls are ages 14 to 16 and are high school students in the Keller school district. One of the victims reached out to police on…