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UPDATE: A Detroit judge told a 19-year-old from Indiana on Wedneday that he would consider a request for a new sentence, months after ordering the teen to register as a sex offender in both states and refrain from having a computer or smartphone because he had consensual sex with a 14-year-old Michigan girl he met online who said she was 17.
The life of 19-year-old Zach Anderson, who was ordered to register as a sex offender in two states, is "ruined," according to CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman.
He also drove by our undercover house, but coincidently, as he did, he saw a police car parked nearby and never came in. Last year Hogan pleaded guilty to using the Internet to transmit obscene material to a person under 16. That so many men would show up in our first investigation was stunning, but in the second story it was who showed up that really surprised us.
Even so, what he did was enough to get him fired from the New York City Fire Department and prosecuted by the U. He faces up to 16 months in prison and must register as a sex offender. I once went an entire year purposefully not using the word “shocking” in my stories for Dateline because I thought the word was over-used.
When we first began investigating potential predators trying to meet teens online, we had no idea it would lead us to where we are today. You may recall that back in September 2004 when we aired our first “To Catch A Predator” story, law enforcement was not aware of what we were doing ahead of time. In fact, only one man seen in that broadcast is being prosecuted as a result.
In tonight’s broadcast we’ll answer one of the most frequently asked questions: What happened to all of those guys?
The teenager, of Williamson Street, Tunstall, later pleaded guilty to sexual activity with a child and abducting the girl.
David Kaye had a good job working for a Jewish organization that brought Jewish kids from across the country to the nation’s capitol to learn about government.
But on this day he stood visibly shaken in our kitchen.
Edward Thomas, 41, of New York, was convicted of sex trafficking minors in Jan. Also known as “Fire,” Thomas reportedly used Facebook, Instagram, and text messages to communicate with minor victims and advertise them for sex work in Connecticut. Law enforcement blew up the image, zeroed in on the serial numbers on the cash, and were able to match the numbers to bills found on Edward Thomas, 41, also known as “Fire,” when he was arrested. “As with many crimes, the internet has made sex trafficking easier to commit and easier to investigate,” Daly said.
more The picture displayed a young woman sprawled on a hospital bed. Posted on Instagram in October 2012, the photo helped seal the case against a New York man now serving a 17½ year sentence in federal prison for sex trafficking minors in Milford.
Now Judge Sylvia de Bertodano has complained a criminal penalty 'makes no sense'.