23-Year-old Indicted For Soliciting A Minor


ABILENE, TX — A 23-year-old Midland man has been indicted after he was caught in an online sex sting by the Abilene Police Department.

According to court documents, the suspect, identified as Elijah Ojeda, met the undercover officer on the app Hot or Not.

When the conversation moved to Snapchat, Ojeda told the “teen” he was looking for casual sex. The undercover agent then told Ojeda “she’ was 16 and Ojeda said that didn’t bother him.

In addition to his attempts to solicit the teen he also sent her multiple pictures of his genitals.

The next day Ojeda asked the teen for her address as he was on his way from Midland and wanted to meet up for sex. The undercover agent provided the suspect with an address and Ojeda was arrested when he showed up.

According to Abilene PD, 30 men were arrested during the sting.

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When will these dumbasses learn !!!!! If you're talking to a 16 year old girl on the internet, dude... you're talking to the Police !!!!!! LMAO

If he wasn't ACTUALLY talking to someone underage, these kinds of cases should be thrown out. If you only think you hit someones car, but only hit the curb, do you get a ticket? NO. If you got into a fight and think you may have killed someone, but you just knocked them out, do you get charged with that persons death? NO. These entrapment cases are only to boost police numbers, nothing more, and often prey on young and dumb kids who don't know any better. But the fact of the matter is, he wasn't ACTUALLY talking to an underage kid, so why does he get charged that way? Be careful of cops, they will get you one way or another because they have a "us vs them" mentality and culture.

entrapment (noun)

-- the action of luring an individual into committing a crime in order to prosecute the person for it.

--a practice whereby a law enforcement agent or agent of the state induces a person to commit a "crime" that the person would have otherwise been unlikely or unwilling to commit.

Defund the police? No.

Defund this bullshit? Hell yes.

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