Any person who uses the information contained herein to threaten, intimidate, or harass the registrant or their family, or who otherwise misuses this information, may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability. S § 9799.32(1), requires the State Police to create and maintain a registry of persons who reside, or is transient, work/carry on a vocation, or attend school in the Commonwealth and who have either been convicted of, entered a plea of guilty to, or have been adjudicated delinquent of Certain Sexual Offenses in Pennsylvania or another jurisdiction.
Pennsylvania's General Assembly has determined public safety will be enhanced by making information about registered sexual offenders available to the public through the internet. § 9799.28, the State Police has established this website to provide timely information to the public on registered sexual offenders who reside, or are transient, attend school, or are employed/carry on a vocation, within this Commonwealth.
Police were waiting when Diebold went to meet the fictional girl.
Wayne Dobos, the mayor of Leechburg, a borough of about 2,000 people some 35 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, said that Diebold "has been suspended without pay." But he remains the chief of the police on the municipal web site.
“I hope that doesn’t scare you off.” Diebold, 40, described himself in the ad as “white, straight, good looking, clean,” said he was disease free as well as “mentally stable and fun.”“I am looking for a female sub for ongoing play sessions,” the ad read.
“I respect any and all limits and you do not need to be experienced.”Diebold was allegedly not deterred when Block, pretending to be an eighth-grade girl, told him repeatedly he was 14.“Need a warm up, how much room is in that cozy bed,” he allegedly wrote. 29, Diebold allegedly sent Block an image of what appeared to be a picture of his erect penis hidden by jeans.
Diebold—a 21-year police veteran and the town's police chief since 2007—had gone on paid medical leave following a fireworks accident last year, and he remains on paid leave now, according to Leechburg Mayor Wayne Dobos.
As for Diebold's future with the department, Dobos told the Diebold's wife Danielle released a statement to CBS Pittsburgh on Sunday, saying she was "broken, devastated, humiliated," and "completely blindsided." Michael Diebold "was the first man ever in my life who never made me question, never gave me a gut feeling, never a bad instinct or sign and we were even in the process of planning to extend our family," she said.
The "teenager" was actually an undercover officer from the Pennsylvania Bureau of Criminal Investigations.""Alex" Caroline Robboy, CAS, MSW, ACSW, LCSW is the founder of the Center for Growth Inc, an 11 therapist group practice in two locations.She has 20 years of experience working with adults who are struggling to overcome sexual disorders, postpartum depression, grief, panic, chronic pain, depression, anger, anxiety, trauma and addiction.“We have a zero tolerance policy for the sexual abuse of children and my office will prosecute any offender to the fullest extent of the law, no matter who they are.”Investigators zeroed-in on Diebold on Sept.15 after he allegedly posted an ad spelling out in no uncertain terms what kind of sex he was looking for — and clearly identified himself as a cop.“I am a dom male that is also employed as a full time police officer,” the ad read.
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