• Conviction - laybay343 - Oxford, Ohio

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 9/14/2006 10:54 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 9/15/2006 12:06 AM PST

    laybay343 (3/24/2006 12:08:05 AM): cuddle up, make out, all that fun stuff, haha
    katiedidsings (3/24/2006 12:08:12 AM): dat sounds fun
    katiedidsings (3/24/2006 12:08:21 AM): we can watch a scry movie
    katiedidsings (3/24/2006 12:08:25 AM): n u can protect me
    laybay343 (3/24/2006 12:08:43 AM): esspecially since you'd be naked from losing at pool

    Yet another conviction from our Ohio sting operation, this time it's Nicholas Bailey. Every single man in the Ohio sting drove themselves a pretty lengthy distance to get at what they thought was a child. Bailey was no different, seeking physical affection from what he thought was a minor and making the trip. We're glad to see a resolution to this case.

    Notes from the Contributor, Samuel Adams
    On September 7th Nicholas Bailey pled guilty to a lesser charge; Attempted Contributing to the Unruliness of a Child, a Misdemeanor of the second degree. The charges were reduced by the prosecutor on a plea agreement.

    The judge accepted his plea and found him guilty. Bailey was sentenced to 90 days in the Darke County Jail with 75 days suspended, provided no violations of post release sanctions; paying fines, ISP supervision, probation for 2 years, 40 hours community service, paying for 1/18th of the overtime paid in the course of this investigation ($1,477.38 payable in a lump sum), DNA samples provided to Ohio AG's Office via Adult Probation, no use of drugs/alcohol to include random urinalysis, be evaluated for substance abuse, no possession of pornographic matter, complete sex offender risk reduction and education, no violations of Federal, State and local laws/ordinances, follow regulations of Adult Probation and pay for all testing and education.

    I hope, for Nick's sake and that of all his possible future victims, that he chooses to move on with his life and complete all required sex offender counseling so that he can live a productive and crime-free life instead of the adult life he started off so poorly by attempting to molest a child.

    This is our 81st conviction since June of 2004 and our 41st conviction for the year 2006 thus far. This is our eighth conviction in the last eight days.