• Conviction - hotplushung - Lexington, Kentucky

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 9/29/2006 2:32 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 9/29/2006 2:50 PM PST

    hotplushung (5:53:39 PM): hav u ever had a bf?
    kaylee_in_oh (5:53:43 PM): ya
    hotplushung (5:53:47 PM): hmm
    hotplushung (5:53:52 PM): so ur not a virgin?
    kaylee_in_oh (5:54:17 PM): ya, i am
    hotplushung (5:54:49 PM): oh ok
    kaylee_in_oh (5:55:10 PM): why?
    hotplushung (5:55:14 PM): just asking
    kaylee_in_oh (5:55:17 PM): oh
    hotplushung (5:55:18 PM): if u like sex

    Wow, what a name.

    Ol' Maha arrived at our Dateline sting in Darke County, Ohio, met Chris Hansen and immediately realized that well, he was in trouble. He finally asked for a plea agreement and will get to live in the Ohio penal system for six months. Then, he faces a deportation hearing. You can decide which you think is the worse penalty. We're definitely debating it ourselves, either way, that's not good news for Mr. Chandrashekaraiah.

    Notes from the Contributor, Epiphany
    \"Deeva\" found my 13 year old persona in the Ohio chatrooms. He was lonely, you see, looking for a \"companion\" and some sex. Evidentally, he thought a 13 year old living 3 hours away would be a better companion than one of his female peers at the University of Kentucky, where he'd been honored as an outstanding teaching assistant.

    Four and a half hours in chat plus 6 months in the court system equals a 6 month prison term (minus 14 days already served), a classification of \"Sexually Oriented Offender\", psychological evaluation, aproximately $2500 in reimbusement of prosecution and investigative costs, and a deportation proceeding. Very nice.

    Kudos to VanDeCamp, the verifier on this bust. There is no possible way to over-state how important verifiers are to the success of a bust.

    Many thanks to Darke County for having us. Darke County has a truly wonderful group of people working in their Law Enforcement and Court systems. Everyone I spoke to was very professional and courteous and I never felt out of the loop in regards to what was happening with the case.

    This is our 85th conviction since June of 2004 and our 45th conviction for the year 2006 thus far. This is another in a long line of Dateline convictions we have scheduled for the rest of the year and 2007. The charges stick and they stick hard.