A West Virginia man already charged with soliciting sex from minors in Virginia was arrested last week in Frederick County on similar charges related to an undercover sting operation by sheriff's deputies. 

Nicholas Andrew Miller, 26, of the first block of Dogwood Tree Court in Charles Town, was out on bail on four counts of proposing sex to a minor in Fairfax County, Virginia, dating back to his arrest in that jurisdiction in April when he contacted an undercover Frederick County sheriff's deputy on Aug. 21, according to court records and a press release from the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.

The deputy, who was posing as a 13-year-old girl on a social media platform, confirmed multiple times with Miller that he understood he was talking to an underage girl, but Miller agreed nonetheless to meet up for sex, the release states.

Miller was taken into custody by sheriff's deputies and FBI agents on Aug. 22 after he arrived at an undisclosed location in Frederick County. He was charged with three counts of sexual solicitation of a minor and was ultimately denied bail at a subsequent hearing in Frederick County District Court on Aug. 23, court records indicate.

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Jeremy Arias is the Frederick city and government reporter for The Frederick News-Post.