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Joseph Isaiah Woodson, Jr. was convicted of using the internet to target and extort children through sexual exploitation and pornographic offenses.
Austin Kitchen, 36, used the social media app to try and lure three teenage girls into performing sexual acts by showering them with numerous gifts and sending pictures of his expensive cars.
Photos began circulating in the early hours of Friday morning, after the star's Snapchat account shared a bizarre message.
The teens were arrested after a Snapchat video showed two of the boys pointing guns at the camera, and other clips of the teens flashing fanned-out cash.
Austin Wyatt Altman is accused of driving to a neighboring county to pick up a child he was talking to on social media.
Snapchat users ventured to Twitter to air grievances about problems with the social media application.
The boy told the officer he "took his brother's car and drove to Charleston to live with an unknown male he met on Snapchat."
"This crude, cruel criminal act doesn't belong in a place that provides care to the weak and the vulnerable," the Ohio Attorney General said.
"We will continue to take a strong and unified stance against racist behavior and language. Our schools welcome and serve all students," division superintendent Dr. Jennifer Parish said after the videos spread.
Jack Luibel, 18, was found shot and killed outside of a church in Frayser, Tennessee on Labor Day. Now his father is claiming that he was lured to a deadly meeting through the Snapchat photo app.
Once at the party, several people got into an argument, and multiple people began shooting at each other.
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Ken Hardcastle, 31, used the nickname "Colorado Batman" on one dating profile. He was detained after investigators alleged he used social media to solicit sexual encounters with children.
Jonathon Stokes, 26, was detained on Monday and charged with one count of sexual cyberharassment. He claimed he uploaded the sexual video "out of spite," police said.
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The video shows a barefoot man dressed only in shorts bathing at the restaurant in north Florida.
"They didn't find it funny or hilarious at all," father Brian Slocum said following a police manhunt this week.
The video showed Ariel Moore walking away after her car was seized. A caption read: "Celebrating Black History Month."
"It was a bad mistake. We had no intention to offend," one of the men told KPBS in San Diego.
The suspect later allegedly police she "was trying to be like Bonnie and Clyde."