• Conviction - mrk_youngblood - Ft. Smith, Arkansas

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 12/14/2009 3:00 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 12/14/2009 3:00 PM PST

    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:29:33 PM): my cat walked on my keys
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:29:35 PM): haha
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:29:56 PM): lol
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:33:15 PM): so bored!
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:33:45 PM): parents r takin forever to go to bed lol
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:33:55 PM): i bet
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:33:58 PM): heh
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:34:02 PM): want to call u!
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:34:40 PM): brb bathroom
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:34:43 PM): ill be up for awhile
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:34:47 PM): ok
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:37:41 PM): back sorry
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:37:52 PM): for what
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:38:08 PM): idk lol
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:39:21 PM): are excited
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:39:36 PM): ya i am hehe
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:39:40 PM): r u?
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:39:56 PM): yea
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:40:35 PM): hehe
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:41:17 PM): :-*
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:41:30 PM): :">
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:41:32 PM): hehe
    ashlia93 (03/17/08 9:41:40 PM): so how long u on vaca for?
    mrk_youngblood (03/17/08 9:42:00 PM): intel june
    Is that like AMD May? Western Digital November?

    Mark Youngblood was already a registered sex offender (convicted of rape in 2001) when he met our decoy in a Arkansas chatroom. He was picked up by Spiro, Oklahoma police due to violations of his RSO conditions on the basis of our chats. He was charged with soliciting sexual conduct or communication with minor by use of technology. He ended up pleading guilty, receiving a sentence of 7 years in prison. He remains a registered sex offender.

    This chat was not conducted by a PJ contributor, but by a trained intern as part of our intern program. You can learn more here: http://www.pjfi.org/?pg=internship

    This is our 488th conviction since June of 2004, our 183rd conviction for 2009, and our 14th conviction in Oklahoma thus far.