Richard G. Basaraba was approached by Volusia County Beach Safety officers after a mother of a 16-year-old girl complained to officers that her daughter had received one of the cards.
The report said Basaraba gave cards to the girl and her friends, who are 18. He continued to talk to the girl and said she would be “perfect.”
Basaraba was ordered to stay away from Volusia beaches for six months for violating an ordinance prohibiting solicitation on the beach, the report said.
The girl told investigators that Basaraba came up to her and a group of her friends and handed one the card, the report said.
While her friends were 18 years old, the girl said she told Basaraba she was 16, officials said.
He is accused of continuing to talk to the girl and at one point he pulled out a bra padding he was carrying, “saying he was looking for someone who would fill it,” the report said.
Basaraba told the girl that, “You would be perfect,” the report said.
Officers stopped Basaraba as he was walking on North Atlantic Avenue.
When one asked him if he knew why he was being stopped, Basaraba said, “Yes, I was talking to some young females on the beach that were all over 18 years old,” the incident report said.
Basaraba was ordered to stay away from all Volusia County beaches, including walkovers and approaches, for six months for violating a county ordinance prohibiting solicitation on the beach, officers said.