But after a while, the "girl" revealed that she was only 13. Under those circumstances, deciding to continue the relationship certainly reveals a lapse in judgement from our grown perp.After that, Kirschner continued the correspondance and eventually agreed to come to the county jail, where cops said she would be for her mom's boyfriend's court appearance. We don't know much about Kirschner, but we do know he was looking online (on what sounds like Craigslist, but the police are merely calling "a popular website) for a girlfriend. A female responds to his ad and seems friendly and eager (and probably quite mature, since she is actually a team of cops). But it doesn't necessarily reveal him as predatory or pedophilic.If you've never heard of the dating app Bumble, you've most likely heard of the concept behind it, at least: Download an app, make a profile, then swipe through photos of potential mates.If you're interested, you swipe right — if you're not, swipe left. At first glance, you will likely get some of these funny pics, but there are quite a few that may take you a little longer to figure out - and some that will mindf*ck you altogether. These are some of the best optical illusions that will make your brain do a double take.
When the victim opened the email, she found sexually explicit photos of herself attached and information that detailed where she worked.Located in Santa Ana, California, his name was Luis Mijangos.Law enforcement authorities investigating the emails soon realized that the threatening communications were part of a larger series of crimes.I'm serious about the entrapment question; the second one, I guess, is rhetorical.It makes sense when your job, budget, and prestige depend on making more arrests.