A Houston, Texas mother has been sentenced to 40 years jail after pleading guilty to seeking to sell her two year old daughter for sex. "These sentences will run concurrently and Peters will not be eligible for parole on the Sexual Performance of a Child case until 2038", Montgomery County District Attorney's office said in a press release.
According to authorities, undercover cops in the Montgomery County area found Peters online through a social networking site.
The District Attorney's office says Peters made an agreement with an undercover detective to bring her 2-year-old daughter to Conroe, Texas, for the goal of allowing a man to have sex with the child for $1,200.
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Sarah Marie Peters, 25, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count each of sexual performance of a child, promotion of prostitution of a child and attempted human trafficking. Sarah Peters entered into an agreement with an undercover officer to sell her 2-year-old daughter for sex. The task force joined with special agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to arrest Peters and take protective custody of the young girl on February 22.
Unbeknownst to Peters, the man she made the arrangement with was actually Detective Jerry Serratt, who was working on a task force that focuses on internet crimes against children.
Adding, 'Our citizens must realize this type of activity happens in our community.