Friday, September 29, 2006

Pa. Man Accused Of Sex Chat With Teen
Wells Township Police Chief John Ingram was surprised at how quickly a Pennsylvania man arrived at a Brilliant playground to meet a teenage girl.
Ingram said David Boyce, 25, of Burgettstown was speechless when police arrested him at about 5 p.m. Monday in Brilliant’s North Park. He was taken into custody for soliciting sex via the Internet from a 15-year-old village girl he traveled to Ohio to meet.
We started talking to him at 3 p.m., and by 5 p.m. he was arrested,” Ingram said.
Ingram said the teen had her first Internet contact with Boyce Sunday on the suspect’s MySpace site. The girl told her mother when Boyce made sexually suggestive comments.
Another traveler - it's a good thing the girl told her mother about him. Would your daughter tell you?

Connecticut man accused of traveling to Ohio for underage sex
The FBI's Internet Crimes Task Force has arrested 59-year-old John P. Dobrowolski, a man who ran an internet chat room about sex with underage girls.
Dobrowolski apparently drove 560 miles, from Connecticut to Stark County Friday night. Police say he had done research on parks and secluded areas in Massillon and found handcuffs and leg irons on Dobrowolski when they arrested him.
"It gives you goosebumps, it makes you sick," says Navarre business owner Michelle Picknell of Paradise Flea Market. She has a 14-year old daughter herself. "It's scary enough to know she's growing up much less to have predators out there."
I sure hope Michelle is monitoring her daughters computer activity. This guy actually had handcuffs and leg irons with him.

A DAD-OF-THREE who groomed under-age girls on the internet and drove 90 miles to meet them was jailed for three years yesterday.
The retired IT consultant had pretended to be a 20-year-old called Rod when he talked to two 14-year-old girls in a chat room.
He arranged a meeting and the following day, drove from his home in Stirling to Eyemouth, Berwickshire, to meet the girls.
He was there the following day - must have been in a hurry for something.....

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Detroiter charged in sexual assault of teenager
A man who was ordered last month to stand trial on a charge of sexually assaulting a teenage boy he lured over the Internet was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting another boy he met in an Internet chat room last year.
Attorney General Mike Cox said Gourlay sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy over several months in 2005 in Detroit and other locations in Wayne County.
They just don't give up! Strong creatures indeed.

Carson man arraigned on child Internet sex charge
A 58-year-old Carson City man was arraigned Wednesday in federal court on charges of attempting to have sex with a minor he thought lived in South Lake Tahoe.
Timothy Craig Randall, a retired Nevada corrections officer, pleaded not guilty to charges of attempting to commit lewd acts with a girl and traveling in interstate commerce with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a girl.
Randall also traveled to South Lake Tahoe from Nevada in an attempt to have sex with the girl, according to the charges.
They talked in three different Internet chat rooms but met in a Yahoo! Northern Nevada chat room, authorities said.

BNAS men charged with having sex with teens at Auburn park
Two Brunswick Naval Air Station men have been charged with having sex with two underage teenage girls.
Police say 20-year-old Airman Nicholas Greaves met a 15-year-old Lewiston High School student online. Both had pages on, a social networking Web site, and the pair began chatting. They arranged to meet on Aug. 28 in Pettengill Park.
Greaves brought a friend, 22-year-old Petty Officer 2nd Class James Hogan.The girl also brought a friend, a 14-year-old who attends Edward Little High School.
This one sounds like the girls were willing to have sex but underage is underage in the eyes of the law. What does your 15 year old daughter chat about?