FPD arrests charter bus driver for arranging to meet male minor for sexual acts in park


Fullerton Police on Tuesday arrested a charter bus driver after he arranged to meet a male minor at a park to engage in sexual acts, according to an FPD news release.

Jerry Wayne Langley, 50, of Fullerton, was arrested at about 8:25 p.m. May 2 for showing up at a pre-arranged location to perform sexual acts with a 13-year-old boy. Instead, an undercover FPD officer was present and Langley was taken into custody.

The arrest followed a two-week investigation by FPD detectives into an undisclosed social media site where Langley is accused of targeting male juveniles for sex acts, the news release said.

Langley, whose job put him in regular contact with children, was arrested on suspicion of felony arranging a meeting with a minor with the intention of performing sexual acts, as well as completing the act of the arrangement with the intention of performing sexual acts with a minor.

The investigation is ongoing. Search warrants were served Tuesday night at Langley’s home in connection with the investigation.

The Fullerton Police Department believes that there are numerous other victims throughout the Southern California area, and the agency is asking them to come forward to speak with detectives. Anyone who believes they may have been victimized by Langley, has had inappropriate contact with Langley, or has any information regarding this incident is urged to contact Fullerton Police Family Crimes Sgt. John Ema at (714) 738-6580. Those wishing to provide information anonymously can call the Orange County Crime Stoppers at 1(855) TIP-OCCS or visit their website at occrimestoppers.org