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A 43-year-old repairman from Gonzales, he logged into an Internet chat room on Dec.12, 2005, and arranged for sex with another computer user purporting to be a 14-year-old girl.
Since then, the Kenner Police Department has arrested 49 more men in a program so successful that dozens of other Louisiana law enforcement agencies are launching similar efforts.Although prosecutors decided not to charge three of the defendants, Kenner has yet to lose a case in court: 22 defendants have pleaded guilty without going to trial, and the other 25 cases are pending."We want to shut these people down," said Police Chief Steve Caraway, who took office in 2006 with a promise to crack down on cybercrime.List: 22 guilty pleas so far in Kenner Internet sex stings Some consider the initiative to be an attack on victimless crimes, because none of the defendants chatted with an actual minor, much less had sex with one.But defense attorneys have so far failed in their attempts to challenge the law's constitutionality and the police tactics that some say can be too aggressive.Law enacted in 2005 The Legislature made computer-aided solicitation of a minor for sex a crime in 2005, punishable by two to 10 years in prison and a ,000 fine.
(Download text of law.) Four months after the law was enacted, Sharon was arrested on that charge.
He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison, according to court records.
Once Caraway, Kenner's former chief of detectives, became police chief, the pace of arrests picked up.
"We want people to know we're monitoring what goes on on the Internet," Caraway said.
Caraway and other advocates of the law describe it as a preventive measure.
They say that imprisoning people who arrange over the Internet for sex with those they think are minors stops them from actually sexually abusing children.