• Conviction - olgdaddy611 - Detroit area, Michigan

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 1/19/2009 1:03 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 1/19/2009 1:03 PM PST

    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:48:40 PM): you on here very much?
    olgdaddy611 (02/29/08 9:49:05 PM): usually if im home
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:49:30 PM): cool
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:49:36 PM): what do you do?
    olgdaddy611 (02/29/08 9:50:01 PM): commercial windows
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:50:14 PM): I have no idea what that means
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:50:15 PM): haha
    olgdaddy611 (02/29/08 9:50:36 PM): i install big windows
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:50:40 PM): ohhhhh
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:50:41 PM): hahaha
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:50:51 PM): I was thinking of windows like for the computer
    bitchigangrrl (02/29/08 9:50:55 PM): hahaha
    olgdaddy611 (02/29/08 9:51:19 PM): lol
    olgdaddy611 (02/29/08 9:52:03 PM): so do u shave?:-?
    More predictable than the sun rising.

    Patrick Hauler didn't arrive anywhere, really, but he was arrested anyways. During our Michigan sting operations, we have the pleasure of working with the Michigan State Attorney General's Office. And the best part of working with the Michigan AG's office? They'll arrest guys that transmit pornography, wank on webcam, etc. It's always frustrating for us in most states, because typically the laws aren't written in such a nice way as they are in Michigan, so you end up with a ton of scummy guys like Patrick Hauler who don't get arrested. In Michigan, they get arrested.

    Hauler was sentenced to six months in county jail, three years of strict probation and registration as a sex offender. Yay Michigan!

    Contributor notes from Olive Garden
    Patrick Hauler contacted my 14 year old persona in a Michigan chat room in February 2008. He immediately told the decoy that she was "hot" and ended up exposing himself on a web camera to what he believed was a 14 year old child. He spoke of the sexual acts he wanted to do with this child, all while stealing his neighbor's wireless internet signal. It makes me wonder just how many children have experienced these graphic conversations and pornography at the hands of Hauler.

    Although Hauler didn't make the drive during this sting, we had more than enough evidence he had broken several laws and the Michigan police don't put up with that sort of thing. They arrested Hauler at his home and he faced several charges. He pleaded guilty of using the internet/computer for a crime - he received 3 years probation plus the first 6 months in the county jail, along with several conditions for release.

    Here are some of the supervision conditions for Patrick Hauler:

    No violations of any criminal law
    Cannot provide child care for minor
    Complete treatment
    1,000 feet from schools and child care centers only with approval
    Cannot go within 1,000 feet of parks/pools/playgrounds
    Sex Offender Registration Act
    Not own a computer
    Not leave state with out permission
    Not use/possess alcohol or intoxicants, controlled substances or drug items
    Alcohol and drug testing
    Out patient Substance Abuse Treatment
    Monthly reporting
    Attend Psychological Evaluation
    Notify of change of residence
    Cannot own or possess weapons
    Must remain employed at least 30 hours a week
    Pay a Crime Victim's Assessment
    Pay Supervision Fee
    HIV testing
    DNA Testing

    I want to give huge props to the Michigan law enforcement and judicial system for taking these crimes seriously and seeing the true danger that people like Hauler are to the community. I'd also like to specifically thank State Attorney General Mike Cox for making this sting possible and taking this so seriously. Thank you to prosecutor Andrea Bailey for handling this case and getting such great results and to Judge D. Viviano of the Macomb County Circuit Court for recognizing the threats these men pose to children. You guys really understand what it means and take protecting our children very seriously. Thank you so much for all you do!


    This is our 317th conviction since June of 2004 and our 14th conviction for 2009 thus far.