A Eugene, Ore.-based financial advisor was caught trying meet a child for sex, according to a local police report.

Nathan Duane Oeming, 40, who was serving as an advisor for the Oeming Group, affiliated with Commonwealth Financial Network, allegedly responded to an online posting on Tuesday and agreed to meet a girl identifying herself as 15 years old “in the vicinity of a local high school,” according to Eugene police.

When Oeming arrived to meet the girl, he was arrested by Eugene police on suspicion of first-degree online sexual corruption of a child.

Commonwealth terminated Oeming on Wednesday after being informed of his arrest. According to Finra’s BrokerCheck database, Oeming spent six years with Commonwealth, from 2013. Previously, he spent stints at D.A. Davidson, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Citigroup Global Markets, all in Eugene.

According to a local media report, Oeming was a “prominent” community member in Eugene. He served as a fundraiser and volunteer youth basketball coach at the local YMCA. He also volunteered at CASA—for “Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children,” an organization that shepherds abused and neglected children through the court and child protective services systems, and he served as an advisory member of Kids FIRST, another organization dedicated to helping child victims.

Oeming is due to appear in Lane County Circuit Court on January 28, according to the local news report.