• Conviction - cookingman65 - Fairfield, Ohio

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 9/23/2005 8:07 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 9/23/2005 8:17 PM PST

    We at Perverted-Justice.com like Ohio. Apparently, Ohio also likes us. This is our third conviction in Ohio alone, the second in the Trenton, Ohio area. Cookingman65 is a case example of... well, how we work and how we work with law enforcement. But rather than ramble on, the contributor on this case tells it very succinctly. Be sure to read the part about \"Criminal Tools\", as it's just the definition of beautiful.

    Notes from the Contributor, Maxwell House
    I'd like to thank, again, the Trenton, OH PD for their dedication to apprehending those who would prey upon our children. Norman didn't show at our first set meeting place. He had become lost and driven to someplace completely different. I called the detective in Trenton as I was chatting with Norman online. The three of us finally came up with a meeting place Norman could find, and at that time he was taken into custody.

    Norman was initially charged with two felonies: Attempted Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor, and Possession of Criminal Tools. The last is a brilliant charge, for the \"criminal tools\" were the condoms Norman brought to the meet. He reached a plea bargain with the District Attorney which resulted in a conviction of Felony Attempted Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor and Misdemeanor Possessing Criminal Tools.

    Norman has been a guest at the Butler County Jail for quite a while now. He was sentenced to ten months in jail (credited with 180 days, with 120 days still to serve), 5 years probation, $1000.00 fine, and he has been labeled a Sexually Oriented Offender.

    Again, my thanks to Detective Joseph Zianno and the rest of the Trenton, OH Police Department. I'm proud to have partnered with them to make their little piece of Ohio a bit safer for children.

    This is our thirty-third conviction total since June of 2004. This conviction marks our 26th conviction thus far in 2005. This is Maxwell House's second conviction overall, both coming from the Trenton area. This is our third conviction for September of 2005. We'd like to thank Joseph Zianno for being a pro-active detective who \"gets it\" and works greatly with us as evidenced by both convictions we've teamed with him to accomplish. Hopefully this is but the second of many future Trenton males who meet both ourselves and Det. Zianno.