Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Additional charges filed against library artist
A man employed the past four years as a graphic artist at Norman Public Library and charged one week ago with the rape of a 13-year-old Norman girl, had additional charges filed against him Monday in connection with his alleged pursuit of minor girls in Internet chat rooms.
According to court documents, Diers, using his home computer and a library computer under the screen name "Soonermax37," attempted to initiate several meetings with "Amy," whom he believed to be a 13-year-old girl.
"He tried to get her to walk out of her house and to the street so he could drive by and make sure she was a real child," Delaney said. "He called it a 'meet and greet in the street.'"
He worked at a library and used a library computer - Do your kids go to the library?....


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