• Conviction - warreng68 - Aberdeen, Maryland

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 3/2/2004 10:30 AM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 12/15/2004 12:51 PM PST

    Long-time readers of the website will remember our Philadelphia Group Media Bust and the "outrage" of the people in the town in question, Newtown Square, over it taking place in their suburb. We have always said that their concerns were short-sighted and that the people who showed up could be prosecuted, each and every one of them, for what they did.

    Today? Our statements bore fruit.

    27 year old David Warren showed up to the "bust house" to have sex with a 14 year old. Face on camera, chat-log in our possession. Warren fled that day, but would not escape justice for long. Our dedicated Followup crew found all the details we needed on Warren, including the fact that he is in the military. Military police and prosecuters contacted us and a case against Warren was started.

    David Warren was charged with two counts for the actions he engaged in that fateful day in Pennslyvania.

    Charge #1: To knowingly attempt to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce through means of interstate commerce a person under the age of 16 to engage in sexual activity, in violation of United States Code Title 18 : Section 2422 (B). - Link

    Charge #2: Traveling in interstate commerce with the intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a person under the age of 16, in violation of United States Code Title 18 : Section 2423 (B). - Link

    Warren was found guilty on both counts and received his sentence today. The punishment SSGT Warren was given is two years confinement starting December 15, 2004, loss of rank back down to E-1, and a bad conduct discharge.

    Perverted-Justice.com extends our thanks to the hardworking military police, forensics experts and establishment for taking this crime so seriously. We feel that his punishment is apt and just. We are very happy to add another conviction to our growing stockpile, proving additionally that our work does lead to convictions when you have dedicated, pro-active enforcement working alongside ourselves.

    And David Warren now has two years to think that over.