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Montgomery County court employee arrested in online solicitation case

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CONROE, Texas (FOX 26) -

Fox 26 news has learned a Montgomery County court employee has been arrested in a child sex investigation case.

Investigators say they discovered 50 year old Donald Edward Huse searching online for sex with a child.

Officials from the Montgomery County District Attorney's office say Huse agreed to meet up with a 16 year old boy at the courthouse in a restroom for sex...that boy was actually an investigator.

Assistant District Attorney Warren Diepraam also says the other strange twist to this story is Huse's job.

He worked as a staffer in Montgomery County's DWI court in Conroe but arrest records show he has a felony DWI conviction from 2009.

Investigators are not sure how he slipped through the cracks...However, while working for the county he only used his middle name.

We also found records with the Texas Education Agency that show Huse was a teacher in the Spring Independent School District.

His teaching certificate was suspended in 2011 for 3 years after a series of arrests including the DWI, deadly conduct, and evading arrest.

Huse is charged with online solicitation of a minor and is being held on a $250,000 bond at the Montgomery County Jail.

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