Tallahassee sexual predator found guilty of offering kids free tennis lessons
January 15, 2020
TALLAHASSEE, Fla (WCTV) - A registered sexual predator has just been convicted of approaching children at Tallahassee parks
Anthony Caesar stood trial Wednesday and was found guilty on all five counts.
Caesar was arrested in September 2018. According to arrest reports, Caesar was approaching children and offering free tennis lessons at Lafayette Park, Tom Brown Park and the Southwood Community
As an FDLE registered sexual predator, Caesar was banned from working where children congregate.
Caesar was taken into custody after Wednesday's guilty verdict and will be back in court, possibly for sentencing, next month.
October 26, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- A registered sexual predator who was
for allegedly offering free tennis lessons to children is now facing another accusation.
A warrant was signed Thursday for the arrest of 51-year-old Anthony Julius Caesar, of Tallahassee.
According to court documents, after Caesar's arrest made headlines, another family came forward to report being approached by Caesar at Lafayette Park.
The family claims that during a trip to the park over the summer, Caesar came up to them and offered free tennis lessons for their 12-year-old son.
Caesar is a registered sexual predator after being convicted of sexual battery on a minor that occurred back in 1997.
Since his September arrest, Caesar has been charged with five counts of being a sexual predator volunteering or working where children gather.
Caesar has been booked into the Leon County Detention Facility.