Wacky Internet Predator Wednesday #219

3 more reasons you need to use PC Pandora computer monitoring software to know who your kids are talking to online and who is trying to talk to them…

An Internet predator in Kentucky was sentenced to 22 years for trying to lure children for sex through the internet

November 5, 2012
Ky. man gets nearly 22 years in federal prison
By The Associated Press

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Louisville man has been sentenced to nearly 22 years in federal prison followed by supervision for life for violating federal child exploitation laws.

U.S. District Judge Charles R. Simpson III sentenced 56-year-old Ronald “Ronnie” Underwood to 262 months on Friday. Underwood pleaded guilty to using the Internet in an attempt to entice or coerce minors to engage in illegal sexual activity, distributing and receiving child pornography and possessing child pornography. CONTINUE READING›

A man from Georgia drove down to Florida to have sex with what he thought was an underage girl. It was a sting op.

November 12, 2012
Savannah Man Arrested in Sex Sting Case
From Fort Stewart Patch

Police say a Savannah man traveled to St. Johns County, Fla., thinking he was meeting an underage girl for sex.

A Savannah man was arrested Friday in a sting operation designed to nab sexual predators, according to a First Coast News report.

Stephen Joseph Wo ods, 33, was arrested on four felony charges including using a computer to seduce, solicit or lure a child, according to the report. CONTINUE READING›

The best part about this story is that the hunter became the hunted. If Internet predators knew they were not safe, maybe they would stop… check this story out:

November 13, 2012
Woman’s fake Facebook page catches man in alleged solicitation of minor for sex
By Carol Christian

A Webster man who allegedly exchanged sexually explicit Facebook messages with a woman he thought was a 15-year-old girl has been charged with online solicitation of a minor for sex.

Daniel William Riekstins, 26, began the messages on Sept. 3, after he received a Facebook “friend” request from a 36-year-old female acquaintance who had set up a fake page as a 15-year-old girl, according to court documents.

The acquaintance had heard that Riekstins might have been involved in inappropriate relationships with children, records state. CONTINUE READING›


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