• Conviction - Justinnbos - Charlestown, Massachusetts

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 9/24/2003 7:30 AM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 1/19/2006 9:12 AM PST

    Justinnbos [11:02 AM]: I am looking 2 suck and poss get topped ...willing 2 pay $$ (125) ...not looking for anything in return

    Well, he wasn't looking for anything in return but he certainly ended up getting something.

    As the teaser said, sometimes convictions take a long, long time. Dennis Isbart, aka Justinnbos, was posted on Perverted-Justice.com in September of 2003. Due to the efforts of our Followup community, who have assisted in helping us obtain many convictions, Boston police were able to find Isbart and charge him with enticement of a minor.

    Isbart has now pled guilty and will receive supervised probation for two years and now is on record as having a sex based conviction against him. This case is another example of the importance of Followup, proper followup can definitely help us make a case just as it did for Justinnbos.

    Notes from the Contributor, Jay Alternative
    Dennis Isbart, known to PJ as AOL Justinbos finally felt the hand of the law smack him upside the head. This was my very first Law Enforcement case back from the fall of 2003. Over two years of postponements and legal mumbo jumbo, we can finally put this case to rest.

    Isbart was a 911 dispatch at the time he contacted my character. During our chat he offered my character money for sex. The Boston PD found Isbart's bust from a posting made by the Follow Up Crew on a local Boston Board. That was the same Board where a neighbor recognized Isbart and gave us his identity.

    Hat off to all involved and a big that this one is finally brought to justice.

    This is Jay Alternative's sixth conviction (and two in two days), our third conviction for 2006 thus far and our very first conviction in Massachusetts! That makes our totals since June of 2004 to be 43 convictions in 24 different states, nearly half the nation and exactly half the continental United States. Thanks to Jay, the Followup community and Boston law enforcement for their work on this case. It took a long time, but it's always worth the wait when it means we can put more red on the mainpage.