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Two people in Florida allegedly used social media to recruit underage girls for sex acts that the man recorded on video. 

According to reports, 33-year-old Marc Phillip Dinkels and 19-year-old Taylor Kathleen Brandt met online. They reportedly began to spend time together after Dinkels allegedly told Brandt he would pay her to engage in sexual activity if he was allowed to film it. 

It was reported that the pair went on social media and offered three underage girls money if they performed sex acts. Two of the alleged victims, one of whom is 14, live in a foster home. 

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A man in Oregon was accused of kidnapping and raping a 13-year-old girl from Canada who was reportedly found at his home after she was missing for over a week. 

It was reported by the Edmonton Police Service that on June 24, a 13-year-old girl was marked absent from school. She also did not return to her home in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada after the school day had ended. The teen’s family reported her missing. 

The Canadian authorities, along with the FBI and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, began to try to find the young girl. 

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An Alabama man has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman he met on social media when she went to meet him in person. 

23-year-old Lazerick Deon Benjamin is from Northport. It is reported that he recently bonded out of jail for an arrest related to a theft offense. 

According to reports, Benjamin recently met a woman through social media. 

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A man who was allegedly upset about the immoral online content reportedly left pipe bombs at phone stores and placed threatening letters near telecommunication towers to try to put an end to it.

75-year-old John D. Allen is from Whittemore, Michigan.

Allen is the suspect in a series of incidents involving internet carriers reporting that they received letters containing threats of destruction and demands for money. The letters were noted as being held in envelopes with polka dot designs.

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A well-known South Florida pediatrician was arrested for allegations of several sexual offenses toward children.

49-year-old Michael Mizrachy is a pediatrician that reportedly has stellar reviews from many parents who have taken their children to him.

Last June, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office was told that Mizrachy might be obtaining and collecting pornographic images of children.

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An Illinois teenager was incarcerated after allegedly sexually abusing a 7-year-old in the view of a first-grade online class and their instructor.

18-year-old Catrell Walls is a senior in high school who resides in Chicago. He reportedly works full-time in the field of construction and has been diagnosed with ADHD.

In the afternoon on October 15, a 7-year-old girl was visiting a relative in the same home with Walls.

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A man from Loma Linda reportedly talked to a minor using online communications and convinced her to meet him at a hotel room, where he allegedly forced her to remain while he drugged and raped her.

Last Friday, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office was reportedly alerted about a girl who was believed to be a runaway, and it was purported that she might have been trapped by someone at the Loma Linda Hotel against her will.

When the police went to the location and inspected the situation, they reported that they discovered 31-year-old Joshua Lewis Blackwell-Tallen and an underage girl were in a room together, and it was asserted that the man was forcing her to stay.

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A 40-year-old man who worked at The Magic Kingdom has been accused of trying to arrange a meeting with an 8-year-old for a sexual encounter.

On March 11, an undercover agent was in an online chatroom when he encountered a user going by the handle of “Mike.”

The agent chose a username that implied he was the father of a young girl. According to the affidavit, Mike sent the agent a message to inquire about the girl’s age. The complaint states that the agent replied and disclosed that his daughter was 8-years-old.

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A woman who was legally prohibited from using social media has been accused of acting in defiance of the order by allegedly stalking several people through digital means.

A few months ago in Alabama, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office had a collection of reports from people claiming that they had been the victim of online harassment.

Since it is reportedly a detailed process to look into this type of activity, the Sheriff’s Office stated that they had to perform a “lengthy investigation” in order to try to validate the accusations that were made.

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During an undercover investigation, the authorities have come to suspect a citizen of Orange County of attempting to partake in acts of human trafficking with two girls that the man believed were teenagers.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department, while conducting an investigation, made a mock Facebook account that appeared as if it was the profile of a 16-year-old girl.

On October 19, someone online who appeared to be a man messaged the fake account. A conversation began leading to an alleged offer for the imposter teenager to work in the sex trade with the man serving as her pimp. The investigator reportedly played along and said that she had a friend who was 15 and that they were both working as prostitutes with a current pimp.

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