Guy traded explicit Snapchats with ‘too many’ minors

Kane Storm

You know, with a name like Kane Storm you’d think a guy would be able to find plenty of companionship with women his own age, yet here we are.

20-year-old Storm from Hanover, Pennsylvania was recently arrested for allegedly exchanging explicit pictured with a 12-year-old girl over Snapchat.

When police first interviewed Storm, it’s said that he believed their investigation was about a 15-year-old girl he was reportedly doing the same thing on Snapchat with. THEN, Storm is to have believed the investigation was then about another 12-year-old he was said to be exchanging pictures with on Snapchat. So, if you’re keeping score, Storm is believed to have exchanged explicit pictures with a 15-year-old girl AND two 12-year-old girls.

Asked how many underage girls he was involved with, Storm allegedly told investigators “too many.”

It was some parents of the victims who discovered the communications with Storm. Kudos to them for paying attention. However, if you want to try to keep from things progressing to that stage with your kids, the first thing you need to know is that no 12-year-old child needs to be on Snapchat. Snapchat’s terms of service state that a user needs to be at least 13 to use their platform. Even if their terms allow 13-year-olds, it’s still not a platform where they should be allowed to roam free unmonitored. The second thing you should know is how to make sure your kid’s profile is set to private and not public.

Parents can’t afford to be behind the curve when it comes to technology. These days to protect your kids you have to be at least ion their level when it comes to tech.

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