“Our job as task force members is basically to protect our children and to keep these predators from getting access to our kids.”Investigators said they began planning the sting in January and arrested the men over the last week, the latest one on Monday morning. They traveled from areas around Brunswick and from North Florida with the intent to meet a child for sex, police said.Some of their occupations include a Navy sailor, a pharmacy student, a commodities trader and a firefighter.Because, however, the pictures involved in sexting are digital, it is easy for recipients to distribute them in ways that the original sender never intended or imagined.Far too common is the case where jilted former lovers have sent nude pictures of their exes after a bad break-up to classmates, friends, coworkers, and relatives.The Hall County Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad has arrested a 28-year-old middle school teacher in conjunction with a raid earlier this week that produced more than million worth of cocaine and heroin.Karla Alvarez, a teacher at Chestatee Academy in Gainesville, Georgia, was arrested along with Monica Pascual Brito on charges of trafficking and possessing with the intent to distribute cocaine and heroin.At that point, sexting is neither consensual nor innocuous.
Sexting involves the practice of creating, sending and/or posting sexually suggestive images or video via mobile phone, email, or over the Internet. More than one in three young adults between the age of 18-24 have sexted, and one in four teenagers have done the same. Despite widespread and oftentimes breathless media coverage of teenage sexting stories, it is hardly confined to the under-30 crowd.The third missing suspect, Ricardo Pascual Brito, is believed to be the brother of Monica Pascual Brito and faces the same trafficking and possession charges.determined the average schoolteacher in Hall County earns approximately ,701 annually.A couple should be able to intimately share naked pictures of each other if they so choose.Sexting among adults is unquestionably protected expression under the First Amendment.