• Conviction - fargo1982 - Fargo, North Dakota

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 9/22/2006 5:17 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 9/22/2006 5:30 PM PST

    fargo1982 (8:22:06 PM): i want something special between us
    kelliecheers (8:22:13 PM): wha u mean
    fargo1982 (8:22:18 PM): i dont want u doing other guys
    kelliecheers (8:22:27 PM): i havnt in a long time
    fargo1982 (8:22:31 PM): i want to make this a fantasy
    fargo1982 (8:22:43 PM): just me and u
    kelliecheers (8:22:52 PM): omg u r sooooooo sweet
    fargo1982 (8:22:54 PM): i want u to be my babygirl

    Well, she wasn't his babygirl, but she was the reason he is facing three years in jail, with two of those being a mandatory minimum. He got on his bike and pedaled himself right into a felony conviction for solicitation. Not a smart move, but it does show that predators will go by car, train, plane or even bicycle to get what they wish for: Underage sex.

    This is yet another conviction emanating from our Information First agreement in North Dakota.

    Notes from the Contributor, Peppermint Patty
    On Febuary 21, 2006 I was working Fargo North Dakota when I was approached by Fargo1982, Timoty Bungert. Tim took less than 15 minutes to tell me that he would give me the best sex in the world.

    We planned a meet for Febuary 23rd. Tim rode his bicycle from the Moorhead Library in Minnesota to an appartment in Fargo North Dakota but instead of finding a 13 year old girl he was greeted by the Fargo Police.

    Tim pled guilty and recieved the following:
    Sentenced to 60 months DoC, will serve 48 months min., supervised probation; credit for 2 days served, work and school release authorized, cost of $500, atty fees $500, public defender fees $25, basic conditions, no contact w/children, standard RSO, submit dna etc., register for Sex Offender for 10 years.

    Big thanks to Detective Paula Ternes and the Fargo Police for making the internet safer from those who prey on children.

    This is our 84th conviction since June of 2004 and our 44th conviction for the year 2006 thus far. This is our third conviction in North Dakota as well as Patty's third conviction thus far in general.