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Waianae man sentenced to month in jail for Internet crime

Date: July 26, 2004
Source: Hawaii news
By: By Associated Press

HONOLULU (AP) - A Waianae man was sentenced to one month in jail and five years on probation for using the Internet to try and arrange a sexual encounter with a minor.

Ciro Kamai, who's 31, pleaded guilty in May to electronic enticement of a minor.

He was arrested in November when he went to Ala Moana Center to meet who he thought was a 13-year-old girl with whom he had been exchanging e-mail.

Kamai had been communicating with a law enforcement officer posing as a minor.

Circuit Judge Michael Town rejected Kamai's request to defer his guilty plea, saying Kamai could have devastated and stolen the innocence of a young child.
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2005-09-01 22:56:12 - Very nice Pesho
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