Meet for sex
A Northport man arrested Saturday is one of two men accused of traveling to Tuscaloosa to have sex with a teenager.
In both cases, the "teenager" was a Tuscaloosa Police officer posing as a juvenile, according to court records.
The 28-year-old, a father-of-one, was detained by Mr Catcher, an undercover journalist, who then called police.
Swindon Crown Court heard Smith had thought he was meeting the teenager, called Lou, outside Primark on the afternoon of June 22 this year after grooming her on an online dating website.
Both were charged with traveling to meet a child for sex acts, a felony, and were released from the Tuscaloosa County Jail on ,000 bond.
Court records concerning Patel's case weren't available until Tuesday.
We know this girl was 14 years old and wished to engage in some sort of sexual activity.
Otoe County Attorney David Partsch said the 16-year-old attended school in Weeping Water, where Lofing taught before moving to the Nebraska City Public Schools district.
Instead, court records show he encountered a Will County Sheriff's detective and was taken away in handcuffs on July 7.
Anderson is accused of using his computer's online services to solicit a person he believed to be a 13-year-old boy for the purposes of committing sexual abuse.
Tony Bignall, defending, said: "The author of the pre-sentence report does not describe him as predatory.
"This is a man who is facing his demons and is ready to work with the Probation Service." Recorder Richard Onslow imposed a three-year community order with 25 days' rehabilitation and told Smith to attend a sex offenders' treatment programme.