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Sheriff witnesses two girls exposing breasts to him and other motorists; man arrested for taking pictures

Related Topics: Cell, Garden, Misdemeanor, Sheriff

Sheriff Cameron was driving on S.R. 776 just before C.R. 771 (Gulf
Cove Point) and witnessed two girls lift their shirts and expose their
breasts to him and other motorists. Sheriff Cameron turned around to
make contact with the girls and pulled into a gas station at 1595 South
McCall Rd. He then witnessed Robert Lee Blevins, 33, 6540 Coliseum
Blvd., Gardens of Gulf Cove, taking a photo of the girls with his cell
phone. Sheriff Cameron detained Blevins and the girls while calling for a
backup deputy. Blevin’s cell phone was confiscated for evidence that
contained a photo of the two juvenile girls exposing their breasts to
him.

Based on the evidence, Blevins was charged with felony Possessing
Photographs of Sexual Performance by a Child, and misdemeanor
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. He was transported to the
Charlotte County Jail and posted $3,500 bond.


Read more: http://www.winknews.com/Local-Florida/2010-08-04/C...

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  • Beccy 2010/08/08 01:12:10
    Beccy
    Stupid little girls.
  • Arichanzorz 2010/08/07 05:07:44
    Arichanzorz
    +1
    You can't punish a bystander for two little hoes. D: We shall rally.
  • jitko 2010/08/07 03:23:01 (edited)
    jitko
    +1
    wow. What's next? Thought police. I've taken a picture of a rat run over feet from the entrance of a Wal-Mart. So am I guilty of violating animal rights or something. And if some girls were exposing themselves, I may have taken a picture just because of the novelty of it. Would I--as a female--have been charged? Why not fine anyone who looked? This is nuts on several levels.

    I've heard parents have had charges pressed for taking bathtime videos of their infants and toddlers. Things have gotten in control of the wrong hands and minds!
  • JwonGalt 2010/08/07 00:48:23
    JwonGalt
    +1
    Wow, idk what the girls looked like...but im assuming teens

    and i doubt that Blevins knew they were underage in the first place...damn
  • don 2010/08/07 00:29:39
    don
    +1
    speechless
  • tecknotron BN-0 RP2012 2010/08/06 22:03:11
    tecknotron BN-0 RP2012
    +1
    Striker is right - Victimless crime. Until your busted by the rules of sexualy deprived and morally superior lawmakers.
  • Larson Whipsnade 2010/08/06 20:42:40
  • merlinskiss 2010/08/06 20:30:01
    merlinskiss
    I suppose arresting the parents of the under aged girls would make absolutely no sense would it. After all, they aren't responsible for the actions of their children now are they?

    As for the Blevins guy, WTF! Possession of child porn for snapping a pic of them seems to be stretching things a bit. Now if he did anything with them...
  • disinter merlins... 2010/08/06 20:31:36
    disinter
    The sheriff is probably jerking off to them right now.
  • Randice 2010/08/06 20:13:59
    Randice
    Unfortunately, the guy had possession with the pictures of the juvenile girls which is considered child pornography. I suppose this is the unintended consequences of cameras on cell phones when out in public, everything is free game that occurs.
  • Marie-Jacqueline 2010/08/06 19:03:03
    Marie-Jacqueline
    What has the picture of Hitler and Mussoline to do with your story?
  • jitko Marie-J... 2010/08/07 03:28:29
    jitko
    +1
    They ran police states. This is an example of everyday occurrence in a police state.
  • Marie-J... jitko 2010/08/07 20:05:18
    Marie-Jacqueline
    +1
    You think the U.S. is a police state?
    Isn't that exaggerated? I think so.

    In my view the picture is not apprpiate and totally beside the point.

    Can you tell me why a lot of American SH like to accompeny questions with photos
    from the Nazi-era?

    As a European and Dutch citizen, to my view they are totally beside the point, and prove of not really understanding what that time in history was all about.
    Those photos stand for a terrible time in history and should not be used in such a fashion American SH's do.
  • jitko Marie-J... 2010/08/07 20:29:44
    jitko
    I don't think it is a police state (yet) but if we are not allowed to comment on movement in that direction, it can quickly become one--just as it did in history. Enough steps have been taken in that direction that it should be of concern and should be highlighted. Exaggeration can be viewed not as dismissive of the past--but a reminder.
  • Marie-J... jitko 2010/08/07 21:09:00
    Marie-Jacqueline
    +1
    Using those pictures to much and in the context, like here on SH, desentivies people for the message of these photos.
  • jitko Marie-J... 2010/08/07 21:36:33
    jitko
    +1
    Good point.
  • Marie-J... jitko 2010/08/07 21:39:26
    Marie-Jacqueline
    +1
    Thanks!
  • disinter Marie-J... 2010/08/07 22:10:00
    disinter
    Some guy got arrested for taking pictures in public and you don't realize we live in a police state? Wake up.
  • Marie-J... disinter 2010/08/08 12:47:39
    Marie-Jacqueline
    He was arrested for taken pictures of those girls, minors.
    Because those girls started the situation, I think the police-officer should have taken the cell-telephone and that should have been the end of it.
    He overreacted to my opinion.

    What those girls did was stupid, don't read what did happen to them?

    To say however that the U.S. is a police-state, is just plain silly.

    Using the picture of Hitler and Mussolini is just not appropiate for this situation.

    Why are you doing that?
  • disinter Marie-J... 2010/08/08 16:23:08
    disinter
    You have the mentality of a petty tyrant.

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