A few more reasons to use PC Pandora computer monitoring software and know what your kids are doing on the computer!
An 18-year-old girl went to meet a guy for sex through craigslist. She was killed and burned in a fire pit.
November 8, 2013
Fitchburg teen’s death puts internet safety in spotlight
By Kristin Mazur
It’s tough news for Alice Larrue to swallow. The remains of her daughter, 18-year-old Aprina Paul, were recently found in a fire pit in Rock County. Nathan Middleton admitted, to police, he burned her body.
“This is like in the movies to me. I still can’t believe it” says Larrue.
Middleton told police he met Paul, last month, through an online ad for sex. He says they texted back and forth, picked her up in Fitchburg, then brought her back to his house, all unknown to Larrue.
“If y’all could please, please, for me, tell somebody where you’re going. Tell somebody who you’re with” Larrue said at a vigil for Paul this past Tuesday.
It’s frightening for parents to imagine their kids falling victim to a situation like this, even more now today with the increased use of social media. [READ FULL STORY]
This 30-year-old in Massachusetts used Facebook and the promise of ecstacy to a 16-year-old girl in exchange for sex
November 13, 2013
Police: Easton man used Facebook, club drug molly to lure child into sex
By Jennifer Bray and Maria Papadopoulos, Enterprise
EASTON — His cover photo on Facebook is an image of more than four dozen cans and bottles of beer.
In another Facebook photo, Christopher Biggins is seen smiling over his 30th birthday cake in August, surrounded by open beer bottles, and wearing a T-shirt with the words: “I’m getting (expletive), (expletive), hammered, stoned, drunk, laid.”
On Sept. 25, Biggins posted on Facebook that he “has never really been into ‘African American’ women” but that he “exchanged numbers/fell in love with a light skinned, little mocha goddess tonight.” He tagged his post with “#bigginsgoinginternational.”
Biggins, 30, of 120 Depot St., Easton, is now behind bars after police said he used the club drug known as “molly,” a form of Ecstasy, and social media to lure a child into having sex. Easton Police Chief Allen Krajcik said Wednesday there may be other possible victims. [READ FULL STORY]