Wednesday, July 15, 2009

So much for Crime Stoppers

Single? Female? Hot? Under 16?

For a good time, call 911.

Ask for the AIM handle of Omaha police officer David M. Kass. It has been credibly alleged by LaVista, Neb., police that he's the guy for gals too old for the Jonas Brothers but too young to remember Nirvana.

At least so says the Omaha World-Herald, which probably needs to devote a special online index to stories about OPD officers hanging out on the wrong side of the law:
An Omaha police officer was arrested Wednesday afternoon, accused by La Vista police of initiating a graphic online sexual conversation with a person authorities say he believed to be a 14-year-old girl. On the other end was actually a La Vista detective.

David M. Kass of Omaha was taken into custody after investigators served a search warrant on his home, according to the La Vista Police Department.

Police siezed
[sic] Kass's computer. It will be forensically examined.

Specifically, Kass is accused of enticement by electronic communication device, a felony with a maximum sentence of five years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both.

Kass 25, graduated from the Omaha police academy in fall 2006.
SIGH. On a less snarky note, I'd be really interested to see some research on the arrest numbers -- by year and then broken down by age for each year -- for various sex crimes.

It seems to me there's been a lot of arrests lately of pervs under 30. What I'd like to get a handle on is whether this has always been so, or whether a young-perv trend is something we all can look forward to for a generation raised on pornography.

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