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‘But … They Were in Love’

Posted on | December 25, 2013 | 6 Comments

Dante Mobley, 30, accused of sex with 14-year-old.

The accused 30-year-old perpetrator tried to deny it, but his 14-year-old victim offered a familiar defense in his behalf:

In the Bunnell case, the parent of a 14-year-old girl in Bunnell called cops at 4 a.m. on Dec. 22, to report that the girl had snuck out through the kitchen window sometime during the night. She didn’t know where the girl might have gone, or with whom. A short time later, 911 got a report that a girl matching the missing teen’s description was seen running from 611 S. Bacher Street in Bunnell.
As cops investigated the incident, their suspicions fell on Dante Mobley, a 30-year-old resident at the Bacher Street address . . .
When cops spoke with the girl, she told them that she’d been communicating with Mobley by text and Facebook messages that night, and that the two of them had “made arrangements for both of them to meet up late at night,” according to Mobley’s arrest report, and that the pair had intercourse three or four times in the van. The girl told police that she had provided Mobley with a bag of condoms — and that she knew his age. The girl told police that the couple knew what they were doing was wrong, the report states, but that they were in love.

Of course, this happened in Florida, the Jailbait State, where The World’s Most Famous Sex Offender just got out of jail last week.

 


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