The scariest MySpace crime ever prevented

Jesse Lee Wise
Jesse Lee Wise

Police: Man came from Nevada for sex with girl on MySpace:

25-year-old Jesse Lee Wise traveled from Nevada to Chesapeake, Virginia by bus to meet a 13-year-old girl he met on MySpace. Once he got to Virginia he set up a tent near a public library so he could continue messaging the girl. He had been communicating with the girl for about a year and a half. The girl allegedly told Wise he was 13 and he didn’t care.

“I know how old you are just don’t type it on here cause I am in a public place,” Wise replied.

When the conversations became sexual the girl told her mother who in turn told police. It was then that Wise was actually chatting with law enforcement.

After Wise pitched his tent he invited the girl to his tent promising to take her to Arizona and to give her a ring.

According to the court records, he asked the girl to meet him at the library and said that she would recognize him by his dragon/barbed wire tattoo on his left arm.

“Well baby, I am in the tent and it is in the woods as you walk out the front doors,” he wrote to her the day before his arrest.

I bet it was the around the bicep tattoo too. That’s not the sign of a child molester but it is a sign of douchebaggery, but I digress.

When police searched the tent after Wise’s arrest they found used and unused condoms (WTF?), a ring with a pink heart and bus tickets back to the Southwest, one of which was in the girl’s name.

If it wasn’t for the girl (not the parents) this girl might have been kidnapped and killed and never heard from again. She had been chatting with Wise on MySpace since she was 11 1/2 or 12. No one that young should be on MySpace. Even the judge who arraigned Wise asked: “Where were her parents to allow her MySpace page to have her personal identifying information?” Where indeed?

Wise has been charged with federal crimes so hopefully, he’ll get a real sentence.

And on a personal note, I can’t stress how important it is to never give your sons the middle names of Ray, Lee or Wayne. You’re kind of guaranteeing that they’ll be criminals.

9 thoughts on “The scariest MySpace crime ever prevented”

  1. Trench, this website is acting up, almost everything is black and I have to highlight the stories to read them.

    On topic though, kudos for the girl for turning him in, very wise when she saw that it was getting sexual.


  2. Whew, my son is safe, he doesn’t have any of those middle names.

    Thank goodness this girl reported it.

    Why aren’t parents monitoring their kids on the internet? I’m so sick of reading about this happening, how can it be prevented? I have a hard time believing that they aren’t aware of the dangers of the internet…. Unless they’re living under a rock.


  3. It may not be unaware, Kitty, it may just be a case of ‘don’t care’. There seems to be a lot of that going around these days, you know…..sad.


  4. It is sad, Angel. I will never understand parents that don’t care what their kids are up to. I wish something could be done about this problem.


    1. I am so deeply ashamed that I ever dated that thing jesse he cheated on me while I was in the hospital then when I finally dumped him he ran out of vegas.


  5. Why does a 11 year old have a MySpace!?!?!?!
    The world may never know. If you look throughthese stories there mainly young girls.
    To those parents who may not know…


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