A police chief in Texas was arrested on Thursday after allegedly soliciting prostitution from a minor.
Thomas Peoples, 55, was the police chief in Oak Ridge, Texas. He was arrested in Arlington on Thursday and charged with solicitation of prostitution from a person under 18, according to FOX 4.
Oak Ridge is a town that is about 35 miles southeast of Dallas.
Police in Arlington said that a juvenile reported an incident involving Peoples, and he was arrested.
Peoples was released on a $25,000 surety bond, according to jail records.
He was fired from his position as the Oak Ridge police chief after the incident.