According to arrest affidavits, 35-year-old Larry Eugene Lawson met the teen through social media, and the two have allegedly been conducting a relationship for about two years. Lawson allegedly picked up the boy from his home a week ago without his mother’s permission, according to law enforcement.
The alleged victim’s mother contacted local police after seeing a Snapchat video of the boy in Clearwater, authorities said.
Specifically, prosecutors alleged Kevin Patrick Barron, 22, in the summer of 2017, communicated with a 12-year-old boy via the social media platforms Instagram and Snapchat and asked the boy inappropriate questions of a sexual nature and sought nude photos of the boy.
Kelly shared pornographic images with some students on Snapchat, had sexual conversations while at school, and texted students sexual images of his genitalia, according to an affidavit for a search warrant for Michael Kelly’s home.
Gonzales Police Chief Tim Crow said Kelsie Marie Remschel took inappropriate pictures or video that were shared through Snapchat to the student while he was at school.
As I’ve said before, the hot girl on Snapchat doesn’t really want you.
25-year-old Jeffrey Allen Allmond Jr., then a police officer, met two girls, ages 15 and 16, via the Tinder dating app. Allmond then communicated with the girls through Snapchat and arranged to pick them up in the middle of the night outside the gate of Fort Stewart. Allmond then drove the teens back to his apartment and performed sexual acts on both of them.
Police say a 13-year-old girl told them she had been talking to someone she met on Snapchat. They say she believed he was a friend of her friends and was 17-years-old. Officers say the victim told them Brandon Schaeffer, 21, offered to pay her money if she sent him sexually explicit images and videos. She says he was aware she was 13.
Police say on Christopher Bartholomew’s phone, they found obscene photos of the girl and a Snapchat conversation where he said he planned to “pick her up from school and take her virginity.”
Investigators believe that two women in their 20s helped Bryan Barkley, 23, by recruiting vulnerable victims through social media sites like Snapchat and grooming them, the Sheriff’s Department said.
The criminal complaint indicates Kenneth Chu starting communicating with the 16-year-old via Snapchat in the summer of 2018. The complaint said Chu would ask the girl “if she wanted to sneak off and fool around” — and he began to send pictures to the girl of himself naked.
Law enforcement officers have arrested two people in connection with an attempted murder at a local business in West Monroe. The attempted murder was the result of a robbery set up on Snapchat, according to arrest records. Authorities arrested 19-year-old London Lewayne Shepherd on a charge of attempted second-degree murder on Tuesday. 17-year-old Trisha Lynn Maum was booked into jail on Wednesday for the same crime.
According to charging document from Cook County prosecutors, Shannon Griffin, 49, had a sexual relationship with a male student, who was between 15 and 17 years old at the time, prosecutors said. They began communicating over SnapChat after Griffin met the boy his freshman year while traveling on a bus, prosecutors said.
“Dustin Joseph Kramer, 25, admitted to having sex with a minor,” she said in court. “The defendant communicated with her through Instagram then Snapchat and met in person. On several occasions he had sexual contact, provided her with alcohol and took advantage of her.”
Suspect Zachary Cheyenne Trueblood allegedly told a Marble Falls police officer he had been intoxicated when he allegedly sent sexually explicit Snapchat messages to a 14-year-old girl.
A police report stated 20-year-old Kaden Coleman asked for pictures over Snapchat of the 15-year-old’s “belly behind ur undies.” The teen said she never sent Coleman the pictures and showed a screenshot to Tristan and he was able to track Coleman’s location during the conversation to Georgetown.