• Conviction - stoned_party - Norwalk, California

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 10/21/2006 1:11 AM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 10/21/2006 2:42 AM PST

    stoned_party (3:50:56 PM): so r u curious about sex?
    ash_luvs_math (3:51:12 PM): a lil i guess
    stoned_party (3:51:41 PM): so r u waiting for ur next bf to try or u just want someone thats good to teach you how?
    ash_luvs_math (3:52:17 PM): idk
    stoned_party (3:52:47 PM): what if i offer to teach you? will you lemme be ur teacher?
    ash_luvs_math (3:54:15 PM): idk if ur nice i guess
    stoned_party (3:54:32 PM): well im nice... of course
    stoned_party (3:54:48 PM): and one of my ex was 15 and i was the one that taught her everything


    Hoi Dick "Eddie" Chan is not a man who can be accused of being smart. After being arrested at our Riverside sting, he would later hit us up again during our Laguna sting. Already a founding member of the PeeJ Tour for Parents and Teens, Eddie had formally enshrined himself forever in our memory with his various shocking acts.

    Thankfully, the law took notice.

    "stoned_party" has now been sentenced to something far different than his username. He will spend three years in jail, spend some time on probation and register as a sex offender. That's the price one pays for being a two-time solicting loser.

    Notes from the Contributor, Molly
    I was IM'd by "Eddie" when I was working the Riverside, CA area. We talked for three weeks, with him pushing for the meet the whole time. On top of having a tendency to solicit young girls for sex, he was also a grower of marijuana plants and stated a willingness to flee the country rather than face jail time.

    When he showed up at the house, he was arrested by the Riverside Sheriff's Department. He bailed out of jail shortly thereafter, allowing him to access the internet and chat rooms once again. When he got online on February 11, 2006, he hit up another contributor and chatted with her. He told her the whole story of what happened in January, including saying that he'll probably be in jail for "a long time." The chat was submitted as evidence in his pending case, which caused the judge to raise his bail to $750,000. He's been in custody ever since.

    This case is one that illustrates why we will always be needed. The only way to stop these men is to put them behind bars. I am truly thankful that he will be off of the internet for quite a while.

    Many thanks go to Van De Camp for both verifying and having the chat that raised Chan's bail. Also, to the Riverside Sheriff's department. They were wonderful to work with and very proactive. Thanks, also, to the judge and the prosecutor of this case. They worked hard and produced great results. And finally, thanks to everyone who works with us to ensure that this is possible.


    This is our 90th conviction since June of 2004 and our 50th conviction for the year 2006 thus far. This is our 15th conviction so far in California... and you can tell how many cases we still have out there from that statement. We've gotten over 130 people arrested in California just this year. That's a lot of cases still in the pipeline. We're quite proud of reaching 50 convictions less than ten months through the year. We're averaging roughly 5 convictions a month and we're ten convictions away from the huge milestone of a hundred... with two and a half more months left in the year. Let the countdown begin to the triple digits.