• Conviction - chawpie - Grand Rapids, Michigan

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 11/10/2009 7:51 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 11/10/2009 7:51 PM PST

    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:19:49 PM): i'm still grown but no money but will get a 100 bucks when they get home tomorrow nite
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:19:57 PM): yeah
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:20:02 PM): id take care of you $$ :-)
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:20:12 PM): LOL
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:20:23 PM): i mean it :-)
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:20:42 PM): it be nice to just get a real bf
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:20:55 PM): i would love to be your boyfriend
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:21:12 PM): ha ha u dont know what i look like i could be like a fatso
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:21:26 PM): so thats not your pic on craigslist?
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:21:41 PM): no is
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:21:50 PM): didnt know u saw me there
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:21:53 PM): yep
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:21:56 PM): i got more
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:21:59 PM): cool
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:22:01 PM): could i see?
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:22:07 PM): k wahts ur email?
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:22:13 PM): bdjahnke@gmail.com
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:23:11 PM): k sent u send back?
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:24:44 PM): i only have one
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:24:53 PM): so you wanna make some extra cash?
    Belt Line DaWg (10/18/08 1:25:16 PM): how u got dogs to watch?
    chawpie (10/18/08 1:25:25 PM): lol nevermind
    There are few things as scummy as encouraging a child into prostitution.

    Bradley David Jahnke was arrested as part of our October, 2008 sting in Grand Rapids, MI, which was done in conjunction with the office of the Michigan AG. He pled guilty to a charge of using the internet to commit crime, and he received a sentence of 1-20 years in prison. He was also ordered to pay fines and the cost of prosecution.

    The contributor for this chat was Jay Alternative.

    This is our 407th conviction since June of 2004, our 103rd conviction for 2009, and our 44th conviction in Michigan thus far.