• Conviction - rkline05 - Toledo, Ohio

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 11/27/2006 4:03 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 11/27/2006 4:24 PM PST

    rkline05 (8:50:11 PM): acctually that 13 y/o i told you about had me meet her
    shyshiagirl (8:50:26 PM): oh thats cool
    rkline05 (8:51:01 PM): yeah we just hung out but yeah she defines obsessed
    rkline05 (8:51:03 PM): lol
    shyshiagirl (8:51:13 PM): yuck
    shyshiagirl (8:51:34 PM): thats kinda scary
    rkline05 (8:51:54 PM): yeah it is for me shes always like i love you and stuff
    rkline05 (8:52:00 PM): i just ignore it
    shyshiagirl (8:52:21 PM): yea i dont think i wud talk to her
    rkline05 (8:53:17 PM): yeah i try not to and i can delete her off here but she still talks to me cuz she still has me on hers wait i should block her lol
    shyshiagirl (8:54:01 PM): lol yea u shud
    rkline05 (8:54:22 PM): maybe i will lol
    rkline05 (8:56:28 PM): yeah she told me she wanted me to make out with her eat her out and eat out her butt

    Oh Ohio, you're moving so quickly. Yet another conviction in Ohio, this time it's Robb Kline. Don't be fooled by his appearence, Kline is a sick individual and should know better. Kline has been sentenced to a month in jail, which kinda sucks considering that most Ohio convictions carry six months in prison... BUT... his restrictions are pretty good and carry a heavy penalty.

    Restitution of $1,477 + $2,289 costs of bringing in witnesses for trial (Us). Psychotherapy, RSO counseling, Sex offender therapy, 40 community service, 8 prison term if he violates any of the terms of his probation which include: no internet access, no access to porn, no access to any one under age of 18 unless accompanied by an adult, community control for 2 years, has to report address for 10 years and is classified as sexually oriented offender.

    In other words, don't be stupid and try to go to trial, you won't win.

    Notes from the Contributor, VanDeCamp
    Robb Kline was an interesting case for me. If you look at his picture, he has a baby face. He's one of those guys that most would think \"This is a nice guy. He looks so harmless. He couldn't possibly be a bad person.\" They'd be wrong though. As much as you'd like to think you can pick these guys out of a crowd, you can't. Robb Kline exemplifies this perfectly.

    This was the first time I had to testify in court for a case. Strangely enough I wasn't nervous. It was a good experience for me and I can honestly say that watching Kline's lawyer grasp at straws was a highlight of my trip. Where's the verify you ask? There was none. We don't need one as you can see. The chatlog speaks for itself. Kline chose to roll the dice and see if he could get off the hook. He failed to do so in the face of our stellar evidence. The sentence was too light for my tastes, but I'll take it. The terms and conditions of the sentence really are the silver lining.

    Thanks to Darke County Sheriff's Office, Mike Burns and D.A. Kelly for the great work.

    This is our 101st conviction since June of 2004 and our 61st conviction for the year 2006 thus far.