Vermount Man Charged for Sending Sexual Messages, Images to Teenager
Lawrence Robarge, 48, has been accused of harassing and stalking a 17-year old teenage girl from New Hampshire. Police decided not to reveal her identity in public. Roberge continuously sent her e-mails with sexual messages with his photos in diaper. Apparently, Roberge possessed a unique kind of sexual desire.
As per the news by Boston on September 13, 2007, Police Chief Richard Crate said that a mother residing in Vermont summoned the Police to report same kind of calls involving her and her son.
As per the police affidavit, the teen had received 3 text messages from a number, which she was not familiar with. The first message told her that the caller had sent her a picture, which she could access on www.uscellular.com/pics and also gave a code to view it. The police said that the message had upset the girl and that she sent him back a message saying that he was gross and asked him to leave her alone.
But Robarge did not leave the girl alone. He continued to send her text messages and claimed that there was nothing wrong with whatever he was doing, that he was not defying any law and it was not harming any one.
After this, he sent 3 more picture messages and numerous text messages containing bowel movements and diapers. One of the pictures sent by him to the teenager displayed 2 diapers and a baby powder bottle with a caption saying to show it to her lady friends and to call him if they were interested.
The police informed that the caller asked the girl to meet him at his "special secret place" in Lebanon. Crate also claimed that people often tend to discard unpleasant incidents. He appreciated the girl for coming forward and lending a helping hand by continuing to communicate with her unwelcome caller.
Crate said that the teen was a brave girl and praised her for her courage in communicating with him by following the police's script .
Robarge is held free on $3,000 personal recognizance bail which was pending on October 16, 2007 appearance in the District Court of Lebanon. Investigators predicted that many others may have surely received e-mails and text messages from Robarge and advised them to make contact with the Enfield Police Department.
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