20-year-old Jim Persey, of Anchorage, Alaska, is accused of allegedly raping at least 10 women, some of whom he met through the dating app/social network MeetMe. Persey is said to have started his spree when he was 16 in 2014. He is accused of choking some of his victims into unconsciousness and holding them at knifepoint. Police say he told them he thought this is what women liked.
Police believe there could be more victims that have yet to come forward.
‘If you have information you believe may be relevant to this case, please contact Anchorage Police Detective Chris Thomas at (907) 786-8900. If you want to provide information anonymously, you can call Crime Stoppers at (907) 561-STOP.’
Persey is currently being held on $100,000 bond and is looking at a maximum sentence of 99 years.
He’s a symptom of a larger disease of antisocial troglodytes who believe it’s their God-given right to have sex with any woman they choose that has become prevalent on the internet and they tend to troll places like Tinder and MeetMe for victims.
Police in Anchorage, Alaska have arrested 4 men charged with having some kind of sexual contact with a 14-year-old boy.
20-year-old Brandin Carpenter is said to have been a family friend of the boy and has been charged with sexually assaulting him.
23-year-old Samuel Bair was arrested after soliciting the boy for sex over craigslist. The boy is said to have placed an ad on craigslist for sex.
26-year-old Yasin Soofizadeh and 49-year-old Nathan Merkel were arrested after they allegedly responded to ads placed by police posing as the boy. This leads me to believe that these two possibly could have previously abused the boy and police posed as the boy to fish them out. That is purely speculation on my part however.
But this story goes to show two things. The first is where were this boy’s parents to allow him to post on craigslist? I don’t blame the boy for posting on craigslist because I would bet that he was initially corrupted into that lifestyle by his so-called family friend. Secondly again where was the so-called community policing by craigslist. If this was posted in either the personals or the casual encounters section why was the ad not flagged by the community. It’s because the community doesn’t care about 14-year-old boys unless they’re shopping for one.
As I keep harping craigslist has a long way to go in cleaning itself up.
23-year-old Aaron MacClellan of Anchorage, Alaska has been charged with sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl he met over MySpace. He allegedly had the girl sneak out of a slumber party that she was at and had his mom pick the girl up.
The girl allegedly claimed that she was 16 on MySpace but told MacClellan her real age when they met. It seems that the age didn’t stop MacClellan from allegedly bad touching the girl and trying to get one in return.
Police say there is no way the girl looked 16.
16 is the legal age of consent in Alaska. Just because something is legal that does not necessarily make it right. The mom isn’t being charged but what self-respecting mother would bring home a 16-year-old girl, let alone an 11-year-old one, for her son?
Just as an aside, on the version of MacClellan’s MySpace that I found his top friend was Miley Cyrus. Creepy.
That angry-looking man over there is 23-year-old Marty Stokes of Anchorage, Alaska.
He’s been arrested for having sex with an underage girl he met on MySpace. The girl said she was 19 however according to the article a glance at her MySpace would actually reveal that she was a freshman or sophomore in high school and not 19.
Stokes is accused of having sex with her at his place at least twice.
Now guess what Alaska law says about this…
The law says a person must take “reasonable” steps to find out the age of someone they’re having sex with.
The FBI, the IRS and the Anchorage, Alaska police department have busted a major prostitution and trafficking ring that has operated on craigslist since 2006.
Authorities have arrested Sabil Mumin Mujahid, Sidney Lamar Greene, and Rand Hooks while Keyana “Koko” Marshall remains at large.
The quartet are accused of prostituting at least 50 women with at least 3 underage girls. They are also accused of identity theft and tax fraud because they would get the personal information of their victims and use it to file tax returns and collect the money. Sounds like a lot of victims in a victimless crime.
Not to mention the fact that this went on craigslist for 3 years with it never being flagged. Go figure.