Published: Wed, October 16, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Whitestown Sex Offender Walks 351 Miles To Have Sex With Wisconsin Girl

Whitestown Sex Offender Walks 351 Miles To Have Sex With Wisconsin Girl

A man walked across multiple states during a 351-mile journey to have sex with someone he believed to be a 14-year-old girl, CNN reported. Later, He was apprehended and was convicted in Winnebago County, Wisconsin.

The Police Department of Justice stated on Friday that the person posing as a 14-year-old girl called "Kylee" was a sub-inspector working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a sting operation.

According to the Oshkosh Northwestern, Jenkins had previously caught the eye of local law enforcement.

He was sentenced to four years probation with a 360-day jail sentence stayed, the paper said, citing court records.

According to a police affidavit, Jenkins moved to Whitestown, Ind., after the incident, but he soon came into the crosshairs of law enforcement once again.

As it turns out, "Kylee" was not a 14-year-old - but a Winnebago County sheriff's deputy working with the Internet Crimes Against Children task force. Jenkins is being held in the Brown County Jail.

The two struck up a conversation.

During the exchange, prosecutors said the dirty man demanded "sexually explicit photographs" from the teen and began "making plans to engage in sexual activity". Jenkins had recently moved from Oshkosh to IN, and when the "girl" told him she wouldn't come to IN, the complaint said he started walking 351 miles to Neenah. He demanded she join him in IN, but he was turned down, prosecutors said. She should tell her parents that she was going to spend the next two to three weeks helping out a friend's parents, he suggested, and would call everyday.

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Reports say that on October 10, he texted "Kylee", letting her know that he made it to the state and that someone had bought him a bus ticket to her town.

The teen was actually an undercover cop.

"I will tell you when i get to neenah 108 hours by walking", he said, according to the complaint.

After deciding to walk, he allegedly sent selfies and photos of exit signs to show he was getting closer.

It's not entirely clear how numerous 300-plus miles Jenkins actually covered on foot. Along the way, Jenkins allegedly sent the teen explicit messages along with updates about his sexually motivated hike. He also told "Kylee" he wanted to have a child with her within the next year.

Jenkins is being held by the Winnebago County Sheriff's Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and is facing charges of using a computer to persuade, induce, or entice a minor to engage in unlawful sexual activity.

In a recent statement, U.S. Attorney Matthew Krueger said the nation is dealing with an "epidemic of child sexual abuse, with the Internet making it too easy for predators to communicate with children across the country".

Jenkins now faces at least 10 years in prison with the possibility of a life sentence.

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