Hot horny imaginary 14 year old girls who want to have sex with older men????
A number of police departments have several full time cops who just sit around all day and surf the internet pretending to be hot, sexy and horny 14 year girls who love having sex with older men. I know Tempe, Phoenix and the Maricopa County Sheriff's office have them.
And of course when any old men are dumb enough to accept the officers of these cops, they are arrested and usually given draconian prison sentences.
I suspect these arrests were are result of these internet stings.
Don't these police officers have any REAL criminals to hunt down. Criminals that hurt people, like robbers, rapists and muggers.
Not some poor slob who accepts a cops offer to have sex with a hot, horny, sexy imaginary 14 year old girl the cop is pretending to be.
Since one of these cases is out of Yavapai County I suspect that Sheila Polk, the nut job County Attorney in Yavapai County who hates medical marijuana is one of the morons wasting out tax dollars arresting people for these victimless crimes.
2 East Valley men accused of luring minors for sex
Corina Vanek, The Republic | azcentral.com 3:09 p.m. MST July 23, 2014
Two Valley men were recently arrested and accused of luring a minor for sexual activity in Yavapai County, officials said.
In a statement released Wednesday, the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office said Mark Maki, of Mesa, and Craig Boening, of Gilbert, told deputies they had met underage females online and planned to meet in person when they were confronted by law enforcement on July 14.
Maki, 62, is accused of initiating contact with a person who he believed to be an underage female and sent pornographic pictures of himself to her on multiple occasions, according to Dwight D'Evelyn, a Sheriff's Office spokesman.
Maki was arrested on suspicion of aggravated luring a minor for sexual exploitation and is being held in Camp Verde Detention Center on a $35,000 bond, D'Evelyn said.
Boening, 41, is being held in Camp Verde Detention Center on suspicion of luring a minor for sexual exploitation, child prostitution and sexual conduct with a minor, D'Evelyn said. Boening's bond was set at $100,000.
According to D'Evelyn, Boening initiated contact with a person he believed to be an underage female and offered money for specific sexual acts.
Boening was arrested in a parking lot in Oak Creek, where he agreed to meet the female, D'Evelyn said.
Yavapai deputies arrest 2 men in luring case
Posted: Jul 23, 2014 11:59 PM Updated: Jul 23, 2014 11:59 PM
By Brian Pryor, FOX 10 Web Producer - bio
COTTONWOOD, Ariz. - Deputies from the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office arrested two men they say were trying to lure teenagers.
According to deputies both men thought they were talking on a social media website with an teenage minor, it was actually an undercover YCSO deputy.
On July 14th authorities had both men meet them where both were arrested and booked into jail.
Authorities arrested 62 year-old Mark Maki of Mesa, he tried to meet the deputy posing as a teen in Cottonwood. He faces charges of luring a minor and was held on a $35,000 bond.
41 year-old Craig Boening of Gilbert, was arrested in Camp Verde. He faces charges of luring a minor for sexual exploitation, child prostitution, and sexual conduct of a minor, he was held on a $100,000 bond.
Two men arrested in separate underage sex lures
Posted on July 23, 2014 at 12:34 PM
CAMP VERDE, Ariz. -- Two men were arrested in separate investigations for luring minors for sexual exploitation. Both cases involved men contacting people they believed to be teenage girls on social media, according to a Yavapai County Sheriff's Office release.
Both arrests were made on July 14. In the first case, 62-year-old Mark Maki of Mesa was arrested for aggravated luring a minor for sexual exploitation in Cottonwood.
Maki initiated contact with someone who he thought was an underage teenage girl on a social networking site. Maki described explicit sexual acts that he wanted to engage in and sent pornographic pictures of himself.
On July 14, Maki arrived at a pre-arranged meeting location and was identified by Yavapai police. Maki was arrested and told deputies he was there to meet a girl he originally met online.
The other case involved 41-year-old Craig Boening of Gilbert. Boening was arrested for luring a minor for sexual exploitation in the Village of Oak Creek.
Boening had also initiated contact with someone he thought was an underage teenage girl via social networking. He described sexual acts and offered money in exchange for them being performed.
Boening also arrived at a different pre-arranged location on July 14. He was identified by Yavapai police and was arrested.
The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office stated that they would like parents to see these arrests as a sign of the importance of monitoring children online. For a presentation on Internet safety, visit the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's webpage.