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Man, 18, arrested for 'sexting' 14-year-old girl
An 18-year-old Sylvania man has been arrested and accused of “sexting,” or sending sexually explicit text messages that “are as bad as they come” via cell phone to a 14-year-old girl he met at a church gathering.
The girl’s father discovered the text messages and contacted the Screven County Sheriff’s Department, said Sheriff Mike Kile. Dirren Boyd, 18, of Old River Road, was arrested July 9 and charged with child molestation and enticing a child for indecent purposes.
Kile said the messages were “of a very graphic sexual nature, as bad as any XXX pornography,” and “are as bad as they come.” The messages use vulgar language to describe male and female body parts and graphic sexual scenes. Some examples of the more tame messages:
-- “yep. you were amazing last night”
-- “im thinking about u on me again”
-- “grabs ur waist and slams u down ...”
-- “if i got any kind of trouble it wouldnt keep me from u”
The man and the girl had met about a month earlier at a youth gathering at a church in Sylvania. Kile said the girl responded to some of the messages and her part in the case is still under investigation.
Kile said investigators don’t think the two had done anything more than communicate via text messages, but that they had planned to meet on the church bus the day after the girl’s father found the messages.
The meeting never occurred. “This was stopped before it got out of hand,” Kile said.
The man was arrested and released on a $5,000 property bond with orders to stay away from the girl, the sheriff said. The girl is receiving counseling, he said.
Kile said parents should check their children’s cell phones and other activities. “You never, ever trust a teenager,” the sheriff said. “You’re not their friend, you’re their parent. As a parent, it’s your responsibility to guide them and raise them properly and check into their activities with or without their permission.”
Kile said the two meeting at church also should sound a warning for parents. “The world is full of bad people and they’re everywhere,” he said.
He called the crime “serious.” “Anytime this filth is delivered to a young child, there’s no excuse or reason for it,” Kile said. Possible punishment for Boyd had not been determined. The investigation was continuing.
Kile said the electronic age may give some people less pause about sending such messages. “People used to write notes,” he said. “You think more about it, I think” when writing things down on paper.