• Conviction - daydreamez69 - Lorton, Virginia

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 5/17/2006 6:15 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 5/17/2006 6:33 PM PST

    daydreamez69 (5:53:02 PM): 13 ..you dont have to worry
    daydreamez69 (5:53:12 PM): not like 16 or 18yrs
    lizzy_gal991 (5:53:22 PM): ok
    daydreamez69 (5:53:38 PM): as long as you dont have period
    lizzy_gal991 (5:53:51 PM): not yet
    daydreamez69 (5:53:54 PM): oh ok
    daydreamez69 (5:54:16 PM): u feel like you have soon
    daydreamez69 (5:54:22 PM): maybe 14 or 16

    Another one for the books, this time in Virginia. Hung showed up, bought a hotel room, condoms, booze, and not one, but TWO laptops filled to the brim with pornography. That's dedication. He also showed up shortly after Dateline 2: Fairfax County aired.

    His sentence includes 5 years in the state DOC, all suspended. 10 months in actual jail, with credit for the 5 months he has served already. 7 years probation, 4 of those supervised. During that time if his PO thinks he needs to take a polygraph for any reason or needs mental health counseling he/she can order it. SO registration for LIFE, SO counseling and treatment for a least 4 years, or until the PO and Judge deems it no longer necessary. Cannot get within 100 feet of a primary or secondary school for the rest of his life.

    By law in Virginia they have mandatory sentencing guidelines. The guidelines for what he did suggested ALL probation. The Judge did not like that AT ALL and went with his own sentence. Gigi Lawless, the prosecutor, said that is unusual for them and she was VERY pleased with the outcome.

    Notes from the Contributor, Almond Joy
    Hung was trolling a Yahoo Virginia regional romance chat room when he ran across my 13 year old persona. He wasted no time in hitting on \"Lizzy\" and made his intentions clear. Upon renting a hotel room and bringing two laptop computers, porn, condoms and beer to the meeting, he was met by a very proactive team of Law Enforcement that took him into custody. The judge deemed him a threat and ordered no bail. A fine decision, Indeed.

    This is our sixteenth conviction thus far for 2006 and our eighth conviction for Virginia. This is our 56th conviction since June of 2004 as well as Almond Joy's fifth conviction since becoming a contributor. We're very pleased with the outcome of this case, great work to all involved in making it happen.