10 men arrested in Internet sex sting

10 men arrested in Internet sex sting

There are 31 comments on the News-Star story from Feb 27, 2007, titled 10 men arrested in Internet sex sting. In it, News-Star reports that:

“It's very disappointing these arrests are coming so easy”

A weeklong sting operation in northern Louisiana by a local-federal Internet crimes task force has ended with the arrest of 10 men, including a Ruston resident. via News-Star

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Georgia

Pharr, TX

#1 May 2, 2007
Do we know the names of these men/woman. I thinkn i know someone involved, but not sure.

“Time flies like an arrow...”

Since: Mar 07

"fruit flies like a banana"

#2 May 3, 2007
Georgia wrote:
Do we know the names of these men/woman. I thinkn i know someone involved, but not sure.
Quoted from http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/...

Those arrested most recently are:

James Clyde Prine Jr., 52, of the 2000 block of Betty Street in Shreveport, booked Feb. 19 into the Bossier City Jail on one count of attempted aggravated rape and two counts each of computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes and indecent behavior with a juvenile.

Milton Slocum, 42, of the 500 block of Waterford Drive in Shreveport, booked Feb. 20 into Caddo Correctional Center on one count each of computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes, indecent behavior with a juvenile and attempted possession of child pornography. The vascular surgeon made the news last week as the first announced arrest of the sting.

Joshua Mills, 23, of the 4200 block of state Highway 111 in Anacoco, arrested Feb. 20 by Vernon sheriff's deputies as a fugitive from the Webster sheriff's office, where he is wanted on one count each of obscenity, computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes and indecent behavior with a juvenile.

Sean Richardson, 20, of the 8100 block of Beechwood Drive in Urania, booked Wednesday into Shreveport City Jail on one count each of attempted oral sexual battery, attempted indecent behavior with a juvenile and computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes.

Chris Gordy, 31, of the 13000 block of Shady Oaks Lane in Keithville, booked Wednesday into Caddo Correctional as a fugitive from the Webster sheriff's office, where he is wanted on one count each of computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes, indecent behavior with a juvenile and obscenity. In Caddo, Gordy also faces two counts each of indecent behavior with a juvenile and computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes.

Timothy Bond, 31, of the 1000 block of Jason Drive in Denham Springs, booked Thursday into Caddo Correctional on one count each of computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes and possession of a Schedule IV Controlled Dangerous Substance.

Henry Harvey, 36, of the 400 block of Debbie Street in Kilgore, Texas, booked Thursday into the Gregg County Jail as a fugitive from the Bossier sheriff's office, where he is wanted on two counts each of obscenity, indecent behavior with a juvenile and computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes.

James Burwell Cater, 19, of the 14000 block of Todd Road in Maumelle, Ark., who surrendered Friday to the Webster sheriff's office on two counts each of indecent behavior with a juvenile and computer-aided solicitation for sexual purposes.

Tarun Kansal, 24, of the 300 block of South Homer Street in Ruston, booked Friday into the Bossier City Jail on one count each of attempted aggravated rape, indecent behavior with a juvenile and computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sexual purposes.

Lance Haase, 51, of the 3200 block of Restview Street in Longview, Texas, booked Friday by Longview police as a fugitive from the Webster sheriff's office, where he is wanted on two counts each of indecent behavior with a juvenile and obscenity.
Oh No

Mount Pleasant, TX

#3 May 28, 2008
I am glad that these men were caught
nnn

United States

#4 Oct 28, 2008
there is one that is not guity of the crime that they say he did there is proff of it, the girl knows how did and she wont speekup it is here uncle that did it that is way she wont till the truth she is scarred of her uncle to speek up
idiots r us

Pinola, MS

#5 Oct 30, 2008
nnn wrote:
there is one that is not guity of the crime that they say he did there is proff of it, the girl knows how did and she wont speekup it is here uncle that did it that is way she wont till the truth she is scarred of her uncle to speek up
Get an education before you comment in these forums and someone might listen to you!
nnn

United States

#6 Nov 12, 2008
well then u are a ass for that and some of them are not guity u well never know the truth cause u dont want the truth that is y people to day are that way they are and ur not all the just like me but just think there is people just like me and u but they are be hind bars for something they didn't do. Tell me this y are u glad that these men are caught it ant like it's help us any now days so tell me y u say that for.
nnn

United States

#7 Nov 12, 2008
yes i do but i'm not going to tell u the name of the people cause i dont know u and yeah

“Time flies like an arrow...”

Since: Mar 07

"fruit flies like a banana"

#8 Nov 13, 2008
nnn wrote:
well then u are a ass for that and some of them are not guity u well never know the truth cause u dont want the truth that is y people to day are that way they are and ur not all the just like me but just think there is people just like me and u but they are be hind bars for something they didn't do. Tell me this y are u glad that these men are caught it ant like it's help us any now days so tell me y u say that for.
Grammar and punctuation are your friends.

Reading your posts is like deciphering an encrypted message.

PLEASE! Learn to write in a manner that others can understand your message. Isn't that the whole point, after all?
michelle

Jenks, OK

#9 Nov 18, 2008
Innocent until proven guilty? Hmmmm seems like every person charged has some kind of criminal background!
i resent dickheads

Sunnyvale, CA

#10 Dec 12, 2008
Those who stray from the topic,(comma)to point out grammatical errors of others,(comma)as well as those who post assumptions of others not based on facts,(comma)only to have a sense of grandeur and feelings of superiority should refrain from this recurrent behavior. I hope that wuz grammatically correct enuf 2 get my pt across 2 the obvious dickhead.(Period)
Monterey LA

Lafayette, LA

#11 Dec 13, 2008
i resent dickheads wrote:
Those who stray from the topic,(comma)to point out grammatical errors of others,(comma)as well as those who post assumptions of others not based on facts,(comma)only to have a sense of grandeur and feelings of superiority should refrain from this recurrent behavior. I hope that wuz grammatically correct enuf 2 get my pt across 2 the obvious dickhead.(Period)
Thankyou!
on the island

United States

#12 Dec 16, 2008
i resent dickheads wrote:
Those who stray from the topic,(comma)to point out grammatical errors of others,(comma)as well as those who post assumptions of others not based on facts,(comma)only to have a sense of grandeur and feelings of superiority should refrain from this recurrent behavior. I hope that wuz grammatically correct enuf 2 get my pt across 2 the obvious dickhead.(Period)
....I think they mean you prag!...)
my one cent

Hammond, LA

#13 Dec 26, 2008
pragmatist wrote:
<quoted text>
Grammar and punctuation are your friends.
Reading your posts is like deciphering an encrypted message.
PLEASE! Learn to write in a manner that others can understand your message. Isn't that the whole point, after all?
When pointing out punctuation errors of others, it is of utmost importance not to make punctuation or other grammatical errors ourselves.
I think the correct form of your statement should read " Reading your post (singular) is of utmost importance.....OR, it should otherwise be written as "Reading your posts ARE like deciphering encrypted messages."
This type of thing dates back to a phrase i have heard often...."look at the pot calling the kettle black." Sometimes, i think we get in a rush, and TYPOS happen....like other things. it really is not THAT big of a deal, in the great scheme of life, is it?
my one cent

Hammond, LA

#14 Dec 26, 2008
Monterey LA wrote:
<quoted text>
Thankyou!
You are most welcome. Perfectionists and arrogant individuals annoy me. Nobody's perfect. So what? Have a great day.

“Time flies like an arrow...”

Since: Mar 07

"fruit flies like a banana"

#15 Dec 28, 2008
my one cent wrote:
<quoted text>
When pointing out punctuation errors of others, it is of utmost importance not to make punctuation or other grammatical errors ourselves.
I think the correct form of your statement should read " Reading your post (singular) is of utmost importance.....OR, it should otherwise be written as "Reading your posts ARE like deciphering encrypted messages."
This type of thing dates back to a phrase i have heard often...."look at the pot calling the kettle black." Sometimes, i think we get in a rush, and TYPOS happen....like other things. it really is not THAT big of a deal, in the great scheme of life, is it?
You are incorrect.

The writer "nnn" had more than one post; hence, "posts" was correct. Whether "post" or "posts" was used, the correct verb for that sentence would have been "is" as the subject of the sentence was "reading" and not "post" or "posts." Subject/verb agreement would exist only with Reading/is, not Reading/are.

My issue is not with nnn’s typographical errors, but with the apparent total disregard for spelling and punctuation. If one cares enough to comment, shouldn’t one’s comments be understandable? Examples of nnn’s posts include:
nnn wrote:
<quoted text>

1) there is one that is not guity of the crime that they say he did there is proff of it, the girl knows how did and she wont speekup it is here uncle that did it that is way she wont till the truth she is scarred of her uncle to speek up

2) well then u are a ass for that and some of them are not guity u well never know the truth cause u dont want the truth that is y people to day are that way they are and ur not all the just like me but just think there is people just like me and u but they are be hind bars for something they didn't do. Tell me this y are u glad that these men are caught it ant like it's help us any now days so tell me y u say that for.

3) yes i do but i'm not going to tell u the name of the people cause i dont know u and yeah
If this makes me a black pot, so be it.
my one cent

Hammond, LA

#16 Dec 28, 2008
pragmatist wrote:
<quoted text>
Grammar and punctuation are your friends.
Reading your posts is like deciphering an encrypted message.
PLEASE! Learn to write in a manner that others can understand your message. Isn't that the whole point, after all?

Hmmm...i have been wrong many times before, and will gladly admit to being so, therefore, perhaps i am also a black pot.
Still, me thinks dat the correct sentence (if your subject/verb agreement statement is to be valid, as well as congruent), should end with "...like reading encrypted MESSAGES."

"Learn to write in a manner that others can understand your message." (Pragmatist)

Should that sentence not read "...SO that others can understand your message."(A question, but i dont know where to put the question mark; Sorry.(See, told ya i was a black pot, too.)

"Isn't that the whole point, after all?" (Pragmatist)

I must disagree with you on this point. It is MY OPINION that the whole point is to gossip.
Now, i would like to add one more cent, if i may.
It is a saying i have heard many times before, and now, to it, take heed...."Crazy" is doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results. I don't know who wrote it, or even if i wrote it in correct form, but whoever they are or were, they are/were a genius.
Thank you for your grammatical corrections. It is my hope for you that you have a wonderful, non-judgmental day, and realize that NONE of us are PERFECT. THAT IS MY WHOLE POINT. Love ya, Prag. I don't hold grudges against oddballs, or black pots, or ANYONE else, for that matter. I find it pointless to do so. Please be nice to nnn. Nobody else seems to mind an occasional typo, except you. Another quote for you..."Don't sweat the small stuff." :O)
my one cent

Hammond, LA

#17 Dec 28, 2008
By the way, Prag, "someone" sent me a text message that read, "I TOU every S,M,H,D,W,M"
I knew EXACTLY what he meant, although the messsage failed to follow correct punctuation guidelines. I guess my point HERE is to say that the REALLY smart people in the world can "read" typos, screwy text messages, and EVEN BETWEEN THE LINES, but ONLY if they want to.
Once again, my adversarial friend (is that an oxymoron?) best wishes to you. We are all made differently, which does not support that if we are different, we are crazy.In fact, i enjoy the differences among people, and yes, even you, Prag. But i do BELIEVE it is not other imperfect people who should judge us, but rather only God, who makes us as He desires us to be-all individuals; IMperfect, and with no carbon copies available.
PEACE, Pragmatist. Happy New Year.

“Time flies like an arrow...”

Since: Mar 07

"fruit flies like a banana"

#18 Dec 28, 2008
my one cent wrote:
Still, me thinks dat the correct sentence (if your subject/verb agreement statement is to be valid, as well as congruent), should end with "...like reading encrypted MESSAGES."
True. The sentence should most correctly end “…as reading encrypted messages.”
my one cent wrote:
"Learn to write in a manner that others can understand your message." (Pragmatist)
Should that sentence not read "...SO that others can understand your message."
I don’t think so.
my one cent wrote:
It is a saying i have heard many times before, and now, to it, take heed...."Crazy" is doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results. I don't know who wrote it, or even if i wrote it in correct form, but whoever they are or were, they are/were a genius.
The quote is often incorrectly attributed to Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, or cited as an ancient Chinese Proverb. In fact, it is from a 1980s mystery novel (called "Sudden Death") by Rita Mae Brown.
my one cent wrote:
Thank you for your grammatical corrections. It is my hope for you that you have a wonderful, non-judgmental day, and realize that NONE of us are PERFECT.
I certainly do realize that none of us is perfect.
my one cent wrote:
Love ya, Prag. I don't hold grudges against oddballs, or black pots, or ANYONE else, for that matter. I find it pointless to do so. Please be nice to nnn. Nobody else seems to mind an occasional typo, except you… But i do BELIEVE it is not other imperfect people who should judge us, but rather only God, who makes us as He desires us to be-all individuals; IMperfect, and with no carbon copies available. PEACE, Pragmatist. Happy New Year.
Thank you for your kind sentiments, One Cent. It’s not the typos which bother me: it’s the blatant disregard for the rules of the English language.

When texting, I, too, use abbreviations, acronyms, initialisms and alphabetisms. When writing email messages, letters, business correspondence, blogs, or comments, I try to refrain from doing so.

I undRst& d nd 4 brevity n txt msgN.

hpE nu yr 2 u, 2.

Your imperfect commentator,
Prag
my one cent

Hammond, LA

#19 Dec 28, 2008
thank you. i love learning, and realize that although i have learned much lately, i still have a long way to go, but i am looking forward to it. XOXO, and may PEACE be with you. <3......mary etta
Say What

Opelousas, LA

#20 Dec 29, 2008
Brevity in text messages and common typos I can tolerate. If you are using a QWERTY keyboard, brevity makes no sense. When I see a poorly written message, I generally tend to ignore it and the opinion of the writer. If you want to influence my opionion on anything, at least show me you are smart enough to form a coherent presentation of your ideas.

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