• Conviction - latinhawk63 - Homestead, Florida

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 12/8/2006 4:47 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 12/8/2006 5:36 PM PST

    loverman4u20 (12:07:32 PM): i have a call from my friend
    loverman4u20 (12:07:36 PM): freddy
    loverman4u20 (12:07:51 PM): and he told me he is meeting u yonite at 6
    loverman4u20 (12:08:00 PM): what a fuck
    snakesonagirl (12:08:02 PM): yeah freddys kinda a creep hes been bugging me all weekend
    loverman4u20 (12:08:11 PM): weel
    loverman4u20 (12:08:13 PM): well
    loverman4u20 (12:08:14 PM): go to hell
    loverman4u20 (12:08:16 PM): ok
    loverman4u20 (12:08:22 PM): tought u were serious
    snakesonagirl (12:08:22 PM): lol i bet your freddy

    Yeah, he was Fredi, of course he was.

    Fredi Fernandez thought he was a smart fellow, using two names over a few days to chat up our decoy. However, he learned that he wasn't quite that smart when he ended up on the ground with handcuffs being snapped onto his wrists. Fernandez will spend nine months in prison, three years probation, as well as registering as a sex offender and all the fun restrictions that come with that.

    Notes from the Contributor, Xavier Von Erck
    Fredi makes three for three for me in Florida. Three individuals hit on me in Florida, showed up and were arrested. Now all three are convicted. Fitting that Fredi would be an appropriate end to my personal convictions in Florida, as he was the most annoying, obsessive and dangerous.

    Fernandez had the "bright" idea of trying to play two different people during the sting. Did it help him? No. He was arrested regardless. So far in 2006, I've had four people try this with me personally and all four have been arrested. Nice move, predators.

    I truly believe Fernandez to be one of the most aggressive predators we've ever found, his entire chat-log sounds more like a bad porno movie soundtrack. Thanks again to the Fort Myers police department for their partnering with us for this sting operation. We're proud of the results.

    This is our 111th conviction since June of 2004 and our 71st conviction for the year 2006 thus far.